Community Voices Webinar Series: Using Strategy to Sustain Your Marketing & Social Media Goals w/ Darcy Nelson
December 7 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm MSTFree – $25.00
December Topic: Five Tips to Avoid Digital Burnout: Using Strategy To Sustain Your Purpose, Energy, & Time w/ Darcy Nelson, Nelson Strategic Marketing
About the Webinar:
WIS Members share their expertise with the community in this special virtual series every 4th Wednesday of the month (with some exceptions)! Join us online from 12:30pm – 1:30pm MT to hear from our members! These topics were submitted by members and selected by their peers!
Social media apps are designed to be infinity pools that hook our attention and steal our time. Whether we use social media to market our business, develop a personal brand, or simply want to stay connected with friends and family, it is too easy to lose track of our purpose and momentum towards our goals. Discover Five Strategy Hacks to Avoid Digital Burnout so that we can sustainable spend our energy in 2023 to advance good in the world.
About the Presenter:
Creative, innovative, self-starting strategic thinker with more than nine years of experience in digital marketing, branding, project management, and administration. Darcy Nelson, Nelson Strategic Marketing, is passionate about generating high-impact results for values-driven brands and B Corporations. As a consultant, she helps brands better understand their why factor, refine their voice, and understand target audiences to create strategic marketing plans and compelling stories that support measurable growth and ROI. Purpose-driven with a desire to help create a better world, she focuses on supporting organizations and brands that value excellence, sustainability, and corporate social responsibility, especially within the wellness, natural products, and agriculture sectors. Always learning and keeping a pulse on digital trends, Darcy is a self-starter with proven expertise in strategic planning, content strategy, development, campaign management, project management, copy writing, data analysis, reporting, administration, and supervision.
Darcy is also an emerging songwriter and enjoys using her marketing and storytelling skills to write brand jingles and songs for film.
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