Ever wonder how in the heck to use those visual media tools like Instagram, Vine and Pinterest on a low budget? Before you throw your hands up and yell — “Not another social media tool!” — we are here to assure you that these tools can be easy-to-use, impactful additions to your communications efforts.
This Thursday, October 9 at 11 a.m. PT, our visual media superstar Jessica Williams shares the latest from our visual media series in a webinar to show you exactly how and why you should adopt visual media tools for your nonprofit or social change organization.
Jessica’s webinar, “How How To Create Great Visual Media Content On A Shoestring Budget,” produced by the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), will deliver four takeaways:
- Three new things you can do immediately to enhance your organization’s visual media platforms
- Practical help in setting up visual media channels for your organization in a strategic way
- How to create content using visual media tools that supports your organizational goals
- Free and low cost resources to make it easy to create engaging visual content
Working with nonprofits daily, we understand the importance of reaching your audiences in fresh, creative ways, and perhaps more importantly, we understand the limitations of time, budget and resources. Jessica shared her initial thoughts on how visual media can be valuable for nonprofit communications in her article “Visual Media 101: New Tools for Nonprofits” featured in the most recent issue of the NTEN: Change journal. She’ll dive even deeper into these themes this Thursday, sharing more resources and examples of how other social change organizations have effectively used these tools to advance their missions.
What: How To Create Great Visual Media Content On A Shoestring Budget
When: Thursday, Oct. 9 at 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. PT
Cost: $30 for NTEN members, $60 for non-NTEN members
Hosted by: The Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN)