sean webinar image8 Super Easy Tips to Skyrocket Your Email List to Grow Your Membership


Presented by: Sean Kosofsky

The Non-Profit Fixer

Do you ever feel like your organization isn’t getting the audience it deserves, even though you’re doing great work?  

For many organizations, building a bigger email list of subscribers is a priority - it can give you a larger audience to spread the word about your mission, as well as for promoting events, fundraising, and more.  

If you want to reach a larger audience but aren’t sure where to start, we invite you to join us for our upcoming webinar with nonprofit communications expert Sean Kosofsky. Sean will share his steps for boosting your email list, and show how a bigger list can help you increase donations, find more volunteers, and build power to achieve your mission. 

By the end of the webinar, you will learn:

  • How to use landing pages and lead magnets as tools to quickly convert strangers into followers
  • How to export the emails of your LinkedIn contacts, board members, staff (and how to connect with them) 
  • How to use all your relationships to share high-performing landing page links and supercharge your list’s no cost!
  • And more!

amanda myers headshot Presented by Sean Kosofsky. Sean is the Non-Profit Fixer! He has worked in nonprofits for over 27 years, including as executive director for five political and charitable organizations. He has worked in policy, communications, grassroots advocacy, direct service, development, management, and served on numerous boards. He has raised millions of dollars for non-profits, candidates, political campaigns, and other initiatives. His work has appeared in news outlets around the world, and he has offered webinars or blog posts through AFP, Foundation Center/Candid, TechSoup, Bloomerang, Idealware, Nonprofit Ready, and Pamela Grow’s Motivate Mondays. 

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