Introducing a Social Media System for NonProfits (Free!)

Non-profit and charitable organizations are impacted by the global recession due to their dependence upon donors and strategic partners. Barack Obama proved how he can mobilize a network behind a cause using the social media.

Domus Consulting Group has been a leader in educating the real estate industry on how to use the social media systematically to develop their online community presence for business purposes. The non-profit world has the same mission to reach out to their community.

We call our system the Social Broadcasting System and invite you to attend a free two-part webinar series specifically focused on demonstrating to marketing and outreach managers of non-profit organizations. (There is absolutely no upsell or even hint of it, we want to show you a revolutionary concept for organizational marketing and branding that will augment funding and partnership opportunities). We’re doing this simply because we want to share with non-profits how powerful social media is to your cause.

Session #1: Twitter and Facebook are powerful social networking tools that broadcast your cause effectively. We’ll explain how to cast a wide but focused net thoughtfully and effectively.
Session #2: The new business model: how to connect your network into massive local social media infrastructures… free.
Register for the Free 2-part Webinar Mini-Series for Nonprofits


  • Session 1:  Wednesday, February 4, 2009 at 9am Pacific time
  • Session 2:  Wednesday, February 11, 2009 at 9am Pacific time

About Pat Kitano

The Domus Consulting Mini-Series are for educating industries, organizations, companies and individuals who need an efficient and powerful online community presence. We started with the real estate industry, demonstrated how effective social media is in making real estate professionals hubs within their community, and are now offering the same methodology to the news media and to non-profit organizations.

About Pat Kitano

Patrick Kitano works with brands in developing hyperlocal engagement solutions and is administrator of the Breaking News Network, a national hyperlocal network devoted to community service. He is the author of The Local Network on Street Fight, and is reachable via Twitter @pkitano and email

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