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Calling all non-profit professionals working in development and/or communications!

In these difficult economic times, it's especially important to start implementing social media...it's effective and inexpensive! But how do you actually use logs, Web 2.0, Facebook, Twitter, and online video truly effectively?

Join leading Bay Area public relations firms and savvy Web 2.0 gurus (Stacy Bond of KQED/AudioLuxe; Susan Tenby of TechSoup Global; among others) for a morning of truly practical and powerful "why and how-tos" for infusing simple and effective Web 2.0 methods into your non-profit's development/communications strategy.

Organized by the Council of Public Relations Firms as part of their 10th anniversary and dedication to helping the non-profit sector, “Thriving and Surviving in Uncertain Times: Practical Digital Marketing Techniques for Nonprofits,” is the perfect way to finally start putting the power of the social Web to work for your organization!

The program will include:
- Best Practices and Tools for Non-Profits Online
- Case Studies: Digital Concepts in Action
- Panel Discussion: Practical Questions and Answers about Social Media for Non-Profits

In addition to the gurus mentioned above, partnering PR firms include: Eastwick Communications, Hoffman Agency, Launchsquad, Peppercom, Xenophon Strategies and Weber Shandwick.

What: "Thriving and Surviving in Uncertain Times: Practical Web 2.0 Marketing Techniques for Nonprofits"

When: February 26, 2009 9 a.m. - noon

Where: San Francisco Jewish Community Center

Who: The Council of PR Firms in partnership with leading Bay Area PR firms and social Web gurus

Cost: $25 (strictly covers venue costs)

Contact for Questions: Melinda Zurich at the Council of PR Firms ([email protected])

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Added by Emilie Cole on January 15, 2009