Integrating Social Media with Traditional Solicitation Channels

Integrating Social Media with Traditional Solicitation Channels

January 10, 2019 | 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. EST

 

Register

Learn how to strategically incorporate social media into your annual giving plan.

To increase the effectiveness of annual giving campaigns, it is considered best practice to engage prospective donors on communication channels where they are most likely to spend their time.

Join us for a webcast that will walk you through how to successfully integrate social media into annual giving and curate a seamless donor experience across solicitation channels.

In this training we will cover how to:

  • Partner with central accounts to create maximum impact with your advancement specific channels
  • Grow your engagement and make budget-friendly decisions about social media
  • Identify areas where social media can boost your giving
  • Determine the key metrics you should be tracking and reporting to leadership

This webcast will help you elevate your shop’s social media strategy and maximize prospect engagement in order to increase giving.

 

Who Should Attend

This webcast addresses the top challenges around social media and is scalable to shops of any size. The content of this training will be beneficial to annual giving and communications professionals who are looking to effectively integrate social media with traditional solicitation channels.

Agenda

This webcast will provide you with the information you need to:

  • Align your social media engagement efforts with centralized marketing for a more holistic strategy
  • Identify your shop’s best opportunities to incorporate social media
  • Employ 5 effective strategies to make an impact on prospects
  • Measure and share your results with leadership

Speakers

Karalee Harhaji sq
Karalee Harhaji

Senior Associate Director, Annual Giving Marketing and Operations
Georgetown University

Karalee is currently the Senior Associate Director for Annual Giving Marketing at Georgetown University. Her role at Georgetown is to develop integrated marketing strategies to solicit main campus undergraduate alumni, parents, and friends of the university in pursuit of raising participation. She also liaises with multiple partners across campus to share best practices and recommendations for fundraising techniques within their constituencies.

Karalee brings over seven years’ experience in developing annual giving programs and building out various marketing strategies. She has a breadth of knowledge of phonathons, student philanthropy, crowdfunding, giving day challenges, and marketing via both traditional channels like direct mail and email as well as the ever changing digital and social fundraising channels.

She has a Masters in Integrated Marketing Communications from Georgetown and loves to utilize her academic learnings and research in practical applications.

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FREE for Members
  • This webcast is included for free with our Advancement memberships.
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Live Webcast Only

$350 through Jan 3$425
  • Webcast registration
  • Presentation materials and resources
  • Access to webcast recording for 60 days (available 10 days after webcast)

Webcast Recording Only

$350
  • Presentation materials and resources
  • Permanent recording link delivered 10 days after webcast

Questions About the Event?

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Whitney Egstad
Program Manager, Academic Impressions

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