Social media was one of the top drivers for charitable giving in 2020. But it can be tough for nonprofits to build engagement on Facebook! How do you make people see what you have to say when you can’t pay for visibility?

Join us on Tuesday, August 24 from 2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT to find out! In this webinar, you’ll learn simple tips and tricks to enhance your posts and boost your engagement on the Facebook platform. Cinammon Davies, Account Executive for the USA Today Network, is ready to share the real-world knowledge she’s attained by volunteering for local nonprofits in her community. You’ll learn strategies that will help you:

  • Build a highly-engaged audience on Facebook
  • Create posts that inspire interaction (even when you can’t pay to boost posts!)
  • Become confident in your abilities to start and grow a community on Facebook

By the end of this webinar, you’ll understand how to start or revitalize your nonprofit’s Facebook channel and build an engaged online community. Can’t make it? Don’t worry! Anyone who registers will receive a recording of the session, access to the speaker’s slides, and additional resources.

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This webinar program qualifies for 1 point of continuing education toward maintaining the Certified Fund Raising Executive Management (CFRE) credential

Cinammon Davies Circle-min

Meet the Speaker:

Cinammon Davies is an Account Executive for the USA Today Network who develops strategies empowering businesses to increase their market share. She knows that when she helps her friends and neighbors succeed that she is helping to build a stronger economy for our region.

Cinammon is a certified Digital Marketing Ninja, and is often recognized internally and externally for her ability to drive exceptional results for her clients. She supports her community by serving as the VP of Social Media & Newsletters for NCET (Nevada’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology). She is also the Co-Coordinator of the Public Awareness Committee for Soroptimist International of Truckee Meadows.

Social media was one of the top drivers for charitable giving in 2020. But it can be tough for nonprofits to build engagement on Facebook! How do you make people see what you have to say when you can’t pay for visibility?

Join us on Tuesday, August 24 from 2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT to find out! In this webinar, you’ll learn simple tips and tricks to enhance your posts and boost your engagement on the Facebook platform. Cinammon Davies, Account Executive for the USA Today Network, is ready to share the real-world knowledge she’s attained by volunteering for local nonprofits in her community. You’ll learn strategies that will help you:

  • Build a highly-engaged audience on Facebook
  • Create posts that inspire interaction (even when you can’t pay to boost posts!)
  • Become confident in your abilities to start and grow a community on Facebook

By the end of this webinar, you’ll understand how to start or revitalize your nonprofit’s Facebook channel and build an engaged online community. Can’t make it? Don’t worry! Anyone who registers will receive a recording of the session, access to the speaker’s slides, and additional resources.

badge-cfre

This webinar program qualifies for 1 point of continuing education toward maintaining the Certified Fund Raising Executive Management (CFRE) credential

Cinammon Davies Circle-min

Meet the Speaker:

Cinammon Davies is an Account Executive for the USA Today Network who develops strategies empowering businesses to increase their market share. She knows that when she helps her friends and neighbors succeed that she is helping to build a stronger economy for our region.

Cinammon is a certified Digital Marketing Ninja, and is often recognized internally and externally for her ability to drive exceptional results for her clients. She supports her community by serving as the VP of Social Media & Newsletters for NCET (Nevada’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology). She is also the Co-Coordinator of the Public Awareness Committee for Soroptimist International of Truckee Meadows.