January 28: Coming Up in Technology

There are a ton of free or low-cost resources available to nonprofits who are looking to learn more about technology, fundraising and nonprofit management. Every Monday, we try to highlight just a few of these activities so that your nonprofit staff can learn and grow.

If you are interested in having your event featured here on our blog, on our Facebook page or on Twitter, please send an email to smorgan@501ctech.org.

Creating a Social Media Policy

Do you use social media to promote your organization's events or activities? Do you have a social media policy or are you thinking about creating one? Our friends over at Idealware are hosting a webinar to help your organization understand why it's important to create a social media policy.

  • Date: Thursday, January 31, 2013
  • Time: 1:00pm-2:30pm EST
  • Sign-up here

Soapbox 101: Managing Events with Soapbox Events

Join our friends at PICnet to learn more about using Soapbox Events to manage events seamlessly as part of your website. Display events as an interactive calendar or a list. Show past events. Offer a variety of ticket types, including early bird options available only during predefined date periods. Map the venue location and provide directions to it with Google Maps integrations. Use PayPal Website Payments Pro, Braintree or Authorize.net to process payments. And integrate registrations information in real-time with a Salesforce instance.

  • Date: Thursday, January 31, 2013
  • Time: 1:00-2:00pm EST
  • Sign-up here

Successful Email Newsletters and Action Alerts

There's a real art to creating successful and effective email newsletters that people read and take action in response to. If your organization is sending a regular email newsletter, and you're interested in learning how to get more people to read it, join this Idealware webinar to learn more about creating email newsletter that encourage readers to take action.

  • Date: Thursday, February 7, 2013
  • Time: 1:00pm-2:30pm EST
  • Price: $40
  • Sign-up here
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