$500.00 USD

Do less, get more.

Purpose-driven people and organizations often find themselves short on time, so understanding how to get consistent marketing results with less work is essential.

This workshop is perfect for:

  • The ED of a small or new nonprofit organization
  • Any purpose-driven founder who wants to start your marketing off on the right foot
  • Nonprofit and purpose-driven marketers who feel too busy to be effective

In this intense and very practical workshop, you'll get:

  • New ways of thinking about the people who receive your marketing
  • Tools and templates to support consistent, high-quality execution
  • Ideas and tips for managing internal marketing processes
  • Lots of strategies to save you time and make your marketing more effective

Although the examples focus on nonprofits, the content applies to any organization that has limited resources for their marketing efforts.

Course content: 20 videos, a total of 1 hour and 45 minutes of watch time and 12 recommended activities.

What People Are Saying:

Open Lines is what every nonprofit needs to develop a more effective marketing plan. When there never seems to be enough time or funding to market your organization you need to take advantage of this resource. The techniques and tools the program provides help your marketing efforts run like a perpetual flywheel. Everything you need for successful marketing is provided!

Lorna Moore, President and CEO, Interfaith Housing & Community Services

I've attended several similar workshops over the years, this one had true value for both the time and money spent.

Trevor Dayton, Outreach Coordinator, Northampton Recovery Center

I used to do a lot of donor communications in my former life as a nonprofit fundraiser, so going into this work I knew enough to be dangerous. All the terminology was familiar. I'd made personas before. Lindsay breathed new life into these concepts I thought I knew by combining them in the most effective flywheel framework. It's not an exaggeration to say it blew my mind.

Lauren Grattan, Co Founder and Chief Community Officer, Mission Driven Finance