How to Create Memorable Communications – Webinar On-Demand

January 8, 2019 Eve Heidemann

FREE ON-DEMAND WEBINAR:  How to Create Memorable Communications
Presented by Karl Tischler / Marlin Communications
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How to Create Memorable Communications

Creating meaningful communications for your donors is more than just an art, it’s also a science. The science ensures your message serves your fundraising strategy, while the art fosters your creative thinking so you are able to create more memorable messages.

In this webinar, Karl Tischler, founder of Marlin Communications, demonstrates how to craft simple and memorable communications to your donors about complex causes. In this webinar, Karl will discuss the connection between the models and theories of communications, and show specific examples of how he’s helped other not for profits cut through the noise to be heard.

Watch this complimentary on-demand webinar and discover:

  • How the theories and models of communication should be used to help you create memorable communications to serve to your donors
  • Some of the key rules and simple advice you need to follow to start creating impactful and persuasive messaging
  • Real life examples of how Marlin Communication has helped not for profits around Australia cut through the noise and clutter only to be heard

We hope you’ll enjoy the on-demand session!
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