7 PR Secrets All Nonprofits Should Know
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- The 7 secrets of PR and why every nonprofit should be thinking about them
- Understand what’s important and what’s not important for nonprofit PR
- Identify what makes your nonprofit unique among everyone else
- Craft a reporter pitch that get results
- Incorporate PR into your fundraising and social media efforts
- Construct a PR Narrative that is the tip of your PR & Marketing spear
- No prerequisites
Let’s face it. Most Executive Directors (ED) think Public Relations (PR) is something that a college intern can do by Mailchimping a pitch to a list of reporters scrapped from the Internet. It’s usually the last thing a nonprofit or an ED thinks of while their building their nonprofit.
I’m sure you struggle to figure out when to do PR, what type of PR you need, and more importantly, how to go about getting your message out into the world. Don’t worry. The 7 PR Secrets All Nonprofit Should Know is for the nonprofit who wants to understand how PR can help their nonprofit and to make the right decisions about when to hire a professional.
You’ll Learn How To:
Learn the 7 secrets of PR and why every nonprofit should be thinking about them
Understand what’s important and what’s not important for nonprofit PR
Identify what makes your nonprofit unique among everyone else
Craft a reporter pitch that gets results
Incorporate PR into your fundraising and social media efforts
Construct a PR Narrative that is the tip of your PR & Marketing spear
I hope you'll join me and learn the 7 PR Secrets All Nonprofits Should Know.
- Executive Directors who want to understand the power of PR to build a following
- Communications professionals and grant writers who want to stand out from the crowd.
- Nonprofit Board Directors who often ask “why are we the best kept nonprofit in our sector?”