Free webinar launched on content planning for charities

The latest in Charity Digital News’ expert-led webinar series explores the importance of content planning for online charity campaigns to drive supporter engagement.

Chloe Green | 25th Jan 19
Image shows someone planning their content calendar

Charity Digital News and social media experts Lightful are hosting a free webinar for charities next week on digital content planning.

Taking place on Thursday 31st January at 1pm, the webinar ‘Content planning 101’ will look at the key aspects charities need to know when planning succesful digital content campaigns.

A well planned content calendar is the secret to how small charities without big comms teams can punch above their weight with their online presence and keep subscribers coming back for more.

The practical workshop will provide step-by-step guidance on how to build your content calendar, keep organised and maintain balance between scheduled and real-time posting.

Listeners can attend for free during a lunchbreak and have the chance to ask questions directly to the experts.

 

Get digital-savvy in 2019

The webinar is the second in a new series by Charity Digital News aimed at helping charities gain confidence in many aspects of digital such as managing data, collaboration, digital fundraising, optimising your online presence and becoming a digital charity leader.

All webinars are completely free to attend and will be run by Charity Digital News in collaboration with a range of experts from leading organisations.

Yesterday’s webinar saw an expert from the NCSC (National Cyber Security Centre) explain the risk to charities from cyber crime and the steps any charity can take to protect themselves – watch this space for the full webinar recording coming soon and free to view on Charity Digital News.

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