April 8, 2019 | Webinar Series Announcement: Main Street Now Conference Rewind
The 2019 Main Street Now Conference has come and gone, but the learning continues! If you missed any key content in Seattle, join some of our most popular sessions for an online “rewind.” Check out the webinar schedule below and register today. Can’t make it live? Sign up for the session and you will be alerted when a recording becomes available.
April 17th at 1:00pm CT – Brand Score: Measuring the Effectiveness of Your Messaging. Featuring Ben Muldrow, Arnett Muldrow & Associates
This crash course allows for you to self-score your community's marketing implementation and identify low-hanging fruit for logical next steps. See examples, get ideas, and make sure you have all the tools in the toolbox!
May 1st at 1:00pm CT – Saving Our Cities: Is Communication the Key to What's Missing? Featuring Cathleen Edgerly & Kate Litwin, Howell Main Street, Inc.
In our day-to-day lives, we are constantly reminded of the important role that partnerships and mutually beneficial relationships play. At the same time, many of us struggle with local leadership understanding the value that Main Street brings to the table. Maybe communicating our value to local leadership isn't enough. Let's show them our value and share the resources we all have to creatively save our cities!
May 15th at 1:00pm CT – Economic Development on Main Street. Featuring Joe Borgstrom, Place & Main Advisors
Main Street often fights the reputation of being "party planners," but Main Street organizations can play an active and crucial role in their community's economic development efforts. This session will explore the different types of projects Main Street organizations can take on from beginner, to intermediate, to advanced projects.
May 29th at 1:00pm CT – Using Social Media to Tell Your Downtown's Story. Featuring Megan Tsui, Red Wing Downtown Main Street
Social media can either be a big waste of time or a powerful tool to connect to your community. Learn how to tell the story of your downtown through Facebook and Instagram. You’ll learn real, actionable strategies that you can start as soon as you get back home. These strategies can help you get more people to your events, raise money for your organization, get more support from business and local leaders, and even help you be seen as a leader in your community.