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6 Free Webinars from Nonprofit Technology Conference 2009

On April 27 and 28, 2009, NTEN (Nonprofit Technology Network) will be partnering up with ReadyTalk to offer six sessions from this year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference (2009 NTC) in the form of free webinars. You’ll be able to hear the presentations, see the slides, and chat your questions to the speakers. (If you’re new to NTEN, you’ll just need to set up a new visitor login to register for the webinars.)   Effectively, we’re talking here about two full days of high-quality — free! — professional development for your nonprofit's staff and volunteers:

Google Media: Google Grants, Blogger, YouTube, Maps
04/27/2009
10:30am - 12:00pm (US/Pacific)
Learn how to use YouTube, Google Maps/Earth, Google Grants, and Blogger to promote your organization and cause on a limited budget.

Online Organizing for Community Organizers (and vice versa)
04/27/2009 
1:30pm - 3:00pm (US/Pacific)
This session explores the differences between community and online organizing, resulting in a road map for community organizations starting to use online organizing tools.

DIY Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
04/27/2009
3:30pm - 5:00pm (US/Pacific)
Gain an understanding of SEO and how it applies to your website; how, where, and why to do keyword research; and an SEO “roadmap” to take away with you.

Unleashing the Ultimate Cool Factor: Case Studies of Conferences Energized Through Social Media
04/28/2009 
9:29am - 12:00pm (US/Mountain)
Takeaways from this session will include ideas and tools for building buzz, engaging your audience, and reaching beyond the conference to enable the long tail.

Confessions of a Social Media Campaigner
04/28/2009
1:30pm - 3:00pm (US/Pacific)
Panelists from different nonprofits will share what they’ve learned in executing some of the most successful social media campaigns, as well as what has not worked and why.

What nonprofits can learn from the presidential campaigns’ (and other nonprofits’) 2008 online efforts
04/28/2009
3:30pm - 5:00pm (US/Pacific)
MyBarackObama, Ron Paul Money Bombs, the rise of the small donor… this session looks at how the tactics of political campaigns can be adapted by non-profits in their work.

For more information, or to register for any of these webinars, please visit NTEN.org.

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Posted by Rebecca Leaman [Curious Apricot]
Published Friday, 17 April 2009 at 2:00 PM
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