Workshop on Free Web Tools for Green NGOs (19 Feb 2014)

January 7, 2014 by  
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This workshop is for those working in environmental NGOs and green groups or non-profits, and aims to provide a basic overview and tips on using free web tools to help your organisation do better in your work. The topics covered include:

  1. Listen to your stakeholders (how to use Google Alerts, Google Trends, and Feedly)
  2. Creating and maintaining your website or blog (about WordPress, plugins, writing and SEO)
  3. Using email newsletter (how to use Mailchimp)
  4. Sharing and engagement with your audience (tips for Facebook and editorial calendar)
  5. Tracking website statistics (using Google Analytics)

Date: 19 Feb 2014, Wed
Time: 7-9pm
Venue: Mettle Work, 50 Lorong 17 Geylang, Singapore 388570

This workshop is free and only open to staff from environmental NGOs and green groups or non-profits based in Singapore. Limited to two people from each organisation.

This workshop is conducted by Eugene Tay, Director of Green Future Solutions. He is a sustainability and green media consultant who believes in spreading the environmental message and inspiring and empowering others to take action.

What past participants said:

“Thank you for the very helpful workshop. This will certainly help green campaigns reach more people effectively, creating a greater impact.”

“A very good introductory workshop to tips on social media.”

“Many useful tools I previously didn’t know about…”

“It was a very informative workshop that shares about the freebies from the web. Good for users who are exploring into more platforms but do not know where to find.”

Register at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/16inL_eBS6HdZJ0o5pZMUXUm_AA5FS1k7I-RF60C83vA/viewform to attend the workshop. We will contact you to confirm whether your registration is successful, thanks!

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  1. Rochelle says:

    Hi Eugene! Is laptop allowed during the workshop? Think it be more effective to be able to work with the softwares hands on during the workshop. 🙂

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