Wed February 10 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Digital Marketing 101 for Not-for-Profits – Feb 10

Want to learn the basics of digital marketing for not-for-profits?

During this webinar, you will learn the key aspects of digital marketing for not-for-profits. Using a simple seven-step process, discover the essential components of an effective online marketing strategy.  Attendees will learn tips, best practices and access resources available for not-for-profit organizations who want to build their online brand in today’s digital-first economy.

Learning objectives

  • Discover the basic steps needed to build a digital marketing plan.
  • Learn the key components of an effective website.
  • Find out ways to use social media to share information and engage with your community.
  • Learn the essentials of email marketing – to be successful and compliant.
  • Discover trends and tips on how to create great content.
  • Learn how to measure success.

Event details

Pre-registration required.
After registering, you will receive information by email about how to login to your live webinar sales course.  This information will be sent to you before the start date of the event.

You will receive your webinar login information by email prior to the event.  

View previous webinar recordings here >


HOSTED BY:

This event is hosted by the Mississauga Business Enterprise Centre (MBEC) in partnership with the City of Mississauga’s Community Development Unit , to provide training and support for not-for-profit organizations.  To see a list of the City of Mississauga’s registered community groups, visit mississauga.ca/service-and-programs/community-support-programs

ABOUT:

The Mississauga Business Enterprise Centre (MBEC), Economic Development, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Division, City of Mississauga, is your central source for small business information, resources and guidance

The Community Development Team responds to needs and interests of Mississauga residents and community groups by sharing skills and resources to support and empower them to strengthen neighbourhoods.