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Social Media Workshop - Effective Strategies for Nonprofit Marketing Online

February 29, 2016

Rutgers University Libraries and the New Jersey Historical Commission are co-sponsoring and hosting a full day social media workshop on Wednesday, March 16th. All are welcome to attend -- registration is now open.

Effective Strategies for Nonprofit Marketing Online

Rutgers University
Alexander Library
New Brunswick
March 16, 2016
9:30 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Maps and Directions

Like it or not, social media is here to stay. It is a new form of communication and participation in cultural experiences. Across the nation, nonprofits are realizing the marketing and development potential that social media offers. Tapping into that potential requires more than establishing a profile or occasionally updating your page. It requires research, planning, creativity, and consistency.

In this day-long, interactive workshop, Rachel Dukeman will cover the best ways to use social media and digital media marketing to enhance grant proposals, fundraising campaigns, audience participation, and communicating your brand to a larger audience online. From determining the best sites to using content generation, bring your laptop, smartphone, or tablet to experience professional social media strategy and implementation.

Learn more about the program by clicking on the Social Media Workshop Outline

Click here to register

There is a cost of $25 to attend this workshop which includes breakfast and lunch.

Sponsored by the New Jersey Historical Commission, New Jersey Historic Trust, New Jersey League of Historical Societies, Ocean County Cultural and Heritage Commission, and Rutgers University Libraries.