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When COVID-19 canceled most face-to-face interactions, many organizations began brainstorming how to fill in this engagement gap.
That’s why so many organizations have moved to or doubled down on online communities to connect with their audience. The questions now are how do we successfully run online communities, and is Facebook the best place for them?
Whether you’re looking for the best practices for engagement, how to determine the best solutions for your group, or you want to see specific examples of successful Facebook communities that you can model your own after, our workshop “Can Facebook replace face-to-face? Building association communities online” will help.
Our panelists include Anthony Shop, the co-founder and chief strategy officer of Social Driver, a digital services firm that helps companies and nonprofits establish winning strategies with social media, websites, content and advertising; Stefanie Reeves, the executive director at the Maryland Psychological Association; and Jennifer Mackinday, a digital media specialist at The Elizabeth Dole Foundation, a preeminent organization empowering, supporting and honoring our nation’s military caregivers. This powerhouse team will share their experiences running successful online communities and help you learn to engage your communities online and keep them coming back.
Join us Tuesday, Aug. 25, at 10 a.m. CT by clicking here to learn more, ask important questions, and connect with a community of like-minded organizations seeking to know more.