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SiteVisibility to share its knowledge with charities at free conference as part of National Trustee Week
Leading digital marketing agency, SiteVisibiity, can today announce that its Online PR & Social Media Manager Joanna Morley will be speaking at a free conference as part of National Trustee Week. The event, hosted by Sussex-based Russell New – a firm of business, tax and charity advisers – will give trustees the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals, whilst gaining more knowledge in specific areas, such as social media guidelines for charities, through a number of interactive workshops.
The event will take place on Wednesday 7 November and has been put together to support trustees as they aim to gain a better understanding of their roles and learn how to become more effective board members and decision makers. Due to the increasing number of registrations, Russell New has had to move the event to the Old Tollgate, Steyning, to accommodate the high number of registered attendees.
Jo and SiteVisibility will share their knowledge to delegates on how social media can be used as an effective tool by trustees and charities.
Joanna is the Social Media Manager at SiteVisibility and is responsible for the planning and execution of all its social media campaigns. Jo also has experience in working in the charity sector and is currently studying for the CIM professional diploma in marketing so will be able to advise on integrating social media with an integrated marketing strategy.
SiteVisibility is no stranger to sharing its knowledge and fundraising for charities. In 2012 the company has raised over £1,600 for the NSPCC through a series of events and projects such as the Uniform @ Work Project. They are also delighted to announce that next year as part of their on-going CSR strategy and their dedication to making a difference in the local community they will be launching a brand new ‘Digital Marketing Community Fund’. This will allow local Sussex-based charities to compete to win a £25k digital marketing budget. This will ensure SiteVisibility uses its digital marketing skills and knowledge to have an impact on the work charities do in the local community. Charities will be able to submit an application from mid-November onwards via the SiteVisibility Facebook page.
Jason Woodford, SiteVisibility CEO, comments: “As a business, SiteVisibility strives to have a positive environmental and social impact on the local community and as such it works closely with charities. We are delighted to be on hand to offer our own advice and guidance on the issues charities face on social media platforms now, and those they may be faced with in the future.
“As social media earns a central role in marketing communications, never before has it been more important for charities to understand how it works, especially when it comes to securing donations and fundraising. We will ensure charities feel more confident as they engage with fans and followers online.”