11/07/2012 - Webinar notice
Get your message out to the masses via TV, radio, print and social media
Many nonprofits today communicate their message by only using their in-house website, social media sites, emails and newsletters- thinking that other media outlets are out-of-reach or too expensive. However, the most successful and well-known nonprofits understand what the media is like today, and create relationships with them to effectively get their message out to the masses at little or no cost.
At this webinar, you will learn how to:Broadcast yourself and get free advertising.Create relationships with the media.Understand what the media is like today.Develop an attention-grabbing press release.Be pro-active with video coverage of your event.
Bill Menish, Benefit Auctioneer Specialist, of Bill Menish Auctioneers brings a very unique skill set to his auctions. As a former broadcast journalist of almost 20 years, Bill was awarded 15 Emmy’s, the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award and 2 Golden Mike Awards. Bill honed his craft, becoming just the 67th person to receive the Benefit Auctioneer Specialist Designation through the National Auctioneers Association (NAA). In addition, Bill has earned the most distinguished accreditation an Auctioneer can earn; the Certified Auctioneer Institute designation (CAI). Bill has also earned the Accredited Auctioneer of Real Estate designation (AARE).
Disneyland turned to Bill Menish to conduct their D23 Auction, selling 50 items from the Disney Vault. Bill has also been the featured auctioneer on nationally televised auctions such as CBS-TV’s Celebrity Skifest, The Kathy Hilton Wishing Tree Auction, Battlestar Galactica Props Auction for Universal Studios and Propworx, and The Art by Animals Auction, benefiting the nation’s zoos and aquariums.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
11-12 p.m. Central
Cost: Complimentary To register, visit http://www.greatergiving.com/about-us/events-calendar/webinar-maximum-media-exposure-for-nonprofits.aspx.
When you register, you will receive an Outlook invitation containing an audio PIN that is unique to you. If you forward that invitation to a colleague, they will not be able to access the video portion of the webinar. To invite colleagues to attend the webinar, forward this email, so a unique audio PIN can be assigned to each registrant.