Spitfire Strategies

Webinar Series: Living in a Digital World – July 23 at 1 p.m. ET

Facebook and Twitter? Email open rates? What makes good content? What else do you need to know? Join Spitfire digital maven Ellie Klerlein as she leads a webinar focused on the seven areas that are essential to creating a strong digital strategy: listening, websites, email and mobile, social media, outreach, content creation and staffing. Ellie will offer participants strategies for engaging audiences online, achieving digital objectives and deciding how much time to invest in the areas that are important for your organization’s success. Participants will leave the webinar with clear next steps they can implement at their organizations to improve their overall digital strategy and create an impactful online presence.

Spitfire’s monthly Webinar Series features the same expert trainers that lead our in-person trainings all over the world. Interested, but unable to attend due to a scheduling conflict? No problem. All of our webinars are recorded and participants receive copies of the training handouts afterwards.

Spitfire offers discounted packages to organizations that send multiple staff members to a webinar or to participants who wish to attend multiple webinars throughout the year. Contact Adam Rankin at (202) 448-0222 or Adam@spitfirestrategies.com for more information. Or click here to register. Let us help you take your efforts to the next level!

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