QR Codes for Dummies is Coming! FREE Webinar Next Week

"The future of nonprofit marketing is connecting with supporters where they are and when they care. QR Codes are a link to that future."

I'm really excited about my new book, QR Codes for Dummies. I'll finish the final edits this week and the book will be out in June.

To celebrate finishing the book, I'm throwing a party of sorts over at CharityHowTo.com, the #1 web site for nonprofit webinars on every topic you can think of - sponsorship, auctions, Facebook, cause marketing, etc.

On April 4th at 1pm I'm offering a FREE webinar on QR Codes for nonprofits. During this hour-long webinar you'll learn:

  • What is a QR Code?
  • How do I scan a QR Code and make my own
  • Why QR Codes are Important to your Nonprofit
  • What are 5 ways that nonprofits, both small and large, are using QR codes successfully
  • Why QR Codes are the start of a mobile revolution that you need to join now!

At the end of the webinar, you'll be invited to a 90 minute premium webinar at CharityHowTo.com on April 11th at a savings of 20% off the list price of $69.99. This webinar will dig even deeper into QR Code marketing. I'll show you how to make and measure them, and how to use them to deepen your nonprofit's connection with stakeholders.

Included with this premium webinar is a handy guide that will take you step by step through QR Code marketing.

But even if you don't enroll in the premium webinar, the FREE webinar will give you a great start on QR Code marketing.

Want to learn more about QR Codes? Click on the QR Codes for Dummies cover, or if you are on the go, scan the QR Code on the cover with your smartphone, to watch a video of me talking about my new favorite topic: two-dimensional barcodes!

CauseTalk Radio Ep02: Pinterest for Nonprofit Marketing

Social media consultant and Pinterest Superuser Noland Hoshino joins Megan and me to discuss the phenomenal growth of Pinterest as a social platform and how companies, causes and cause marketers can reach its 10 million+, primarily-female users to visually capture their brand story and why they’d want to.

We’ve yet to see any active cause marketing campaigns on Pinterest but Meganme and Noland pontificate on ways cause marketers could use this medium for good.  Noland shares which brands are using Pinterest well and who’s missing the Pinterest boat.  Stay tuned to discover Noland’s “6 foot” rule.

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Mentioned Links:Pinterest Drives More Referral Traffic Than GooglePlus, YouTube and LinkedIn Combined

12 ways to use Pinterest for your nonprofit

What NOT to Pin on Pinterest

Pinterest: A Tool To Curate Relevant Visual Content for Your Audience

Why and How Nonprofits Should Use Pinterest

And the Winner Is: Pinterest for Cause Marketing

Beth Kanter’s PinBoard, “Komen Can Kiss My Mammogram”

Joe’s Presentation on Pinterest for Nonprofits with Chronicle of Philanthropy

On Pinterest:JoeNolandMegan