YouTube for Non-ProfitsHow To Use YouTube For Non-Profits

Over 1 Billion people visit YouTube every month – an audience many times larger than American prime time network television. Unlike television which is too expensive for most non-profits to advertise,  YouTube for Non-Profits lets you upload your video stories, calls to action and other content entirely for FREE.

During this “How To Use YouTube for Non-Profits” workshop, Garland Coulson will show non-profit organizations how they can use YouTube to:

  • Tell their compelling story
  • Raise awareness of their cause and programs
  • Promote their events
  • Support fundraising efforts
  • Work with the YouTube Charities program

Here are some of the topics covered during the “How To Use YouTube for Non-Profits” workshop:

  • Non-profit video use case studies and examples
  • Choosing your own unique approach to using video for your non-profit
  • Tips on using video cameras you already have (smart phones and web cams) or choosing dedicated equipment
  • Basic tips on shooting and editing video
  • How to optimize your YouTube Channel
  • How to build subscribers and viewers for your videos

This workshop is available in the following formats:

  1. Live presentations at your event or office
  2. Webinar to your group
  3. Private, one-on-one training
  4. Included in our monthly coaching programs


To explore the best way to receive this training for yourself or your organization, contact us by filling out the form below:

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