Not much use offering a product or service or presenting an event if no one know's about it, right? But in our creative consciousness community we've been sold this line of BS that it is unseemly to put effort into promoting yourself. I see so much learned helplessness in this regard. Promotion done right is nothing more than expressing your inner self and what you have to share.
Get inspired and educated on what you can do at:
From Moonlady News
Grassroots Marketing for Nonprofits
Friday, February 3, 2012
11:30 am - 1 pm: a box lunch will be provided
Center for Community Development
2900 Live Oak Street, Dallas, Texas 75204
between N Good Latimer & Hall, just north of downtown
Nonprofit Special Interest Group of Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter of the American Marketing Association: http://www.dfwama.com/
Leslie Clay of Hope Cottage www.hopecottage.org/
Amy Martin of Moonlady News www.moonlady.com/ & Earth Rhythms www.EarthRhythms.org/
Susan Hello of For the Love of the Lake www.whiterocklake.org/
Ann Ranson, Principal, Bottom Line 3 Marketing:http://www.annranson.com/
Come and learn from our moderated panel of experts in Grassroots Marketing. Each one brings difference approaches and successes to their small budget marketing activities. This program will focus on everything EXCEPT social media. There are many other ways to stretch your budget and resources, especially if you’re a small nonprofit, or even small business. Each panelist will present some of their most successful tools, followed by time for your questions and answers.
Learning Objective 1: Practical tips on grassroots marketing
Learning Objective 2: Ways that other small nonprofits have built awareness on small budgets.
For more information and to register for the event please visitwww.dfwama.com
Pre-registration: $20/members, $30/guests and $10/student members - includes lunch
At the door: $30/members, $40/guests and $10/student members - includes lunch