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Non For Profit Social Networking
Non For Profit Social Networking
Non For Profit Social Networking
Non For Profit Social Networking
Non For Profit Social Networking
Non For Profit Social Networking
Non For Profit Social Networking
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Non For Profit Social Networking

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  • Allows you to keep up with news about your business contacts.
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    • 1. SOCIAL NETWORKING Emily Kelps
    • 2. ENTRÉ COMPUTER SOLUTIONS
      • Supporting the Rockford Area for over 25 years.
      • We are more than a computer store:
        • Network Cabling
        • Troubleshooting
        • System Maintenance
        • Service Center
        • Training
          • Applications
          • Soft Skills
          • Social Media Workshops
          • HIPAA
    • 3. WHY SOCIAL NETWORKING FOR FUNDRAISING
      • People can say no to people when asked to give.
      • People have a harder time saying no to a friend.
        • - Institute for Giving
      • Build Donor Relationships
        • See article.
    • 4. GOOGLE
      • Google AdWords
        • Grants available for free advertising space.
        • Must have current 501(c)(3) status , as assigned by the Internal Revenue Service.
      • Google AdSense
        • Earn revenue online by displaying Google ads on your site.
        • Customize ads to match your site's look and feel.
      • Can’t use both.
    • 5. FACEBOOK.COM
      • Facebook today has 200 million-plus members
      • For people who think the networks are just for kids, the average new Facebook enrollee is in the mid-30s.
      • Fan Pages
    • 6. TEXT DONATING
      • Give By Cell
      • MobileCommons.com
      • The mGive Foundation
      • Requirements
        • US Non-Profit Organization registered as a 501c3 with at least $500,000 in annual revenues
        • Letter of Determination (Form 1045)
        • 501c3 must be in good standing for at least one year
        • Patriot Act Compliant
        • File 990
        • Have privacy policy that allows for donor opt-outs
    • 7. PAYPAL DONATIONS
      • Discounted fees for nonprofits with 501 (c)(3) status
        • More than $100,000 in monthly volume: 1.9% + $.30 per transaction
        • Less than $100,000 in monthly volume: 2.2% + $.30 per transaction
        • All other nonprofits are charged our standard low transaction rates. Discounted rates do not apply to transactions made using Website Payments Pro or Virtual Terminal.
      • App in FaceBook for Paypal.
    • 8. LINKEDIN.COM
      • LinkedIn has over 41 million members in over 200 countries and territories around the world.
      • A new member joins LinkedIn approximately every second, and about half of our members are outside the U.S.
      • Executives from all Fortune 500 companies are LinkedIn members.
    • 9. LINKEDIN FEATURES
      • Search
        • People
        • Jobs
        • Answers
      • Groups
      • Profile
      • Contacts
      • Inbox
      • Applications
    • 10. TWITTER.COM
      • 140 characters to answer the question, “What are you doing?”
      • Follow industry leaders who post links to important resources and influence conversations
        • Post questions for quick answers and answer others’ questions to establish your credibility and expertise
        • Create links to your Web site or blog
        • Keep up on the buzz in your industry
        • Network with like-minded people.
    • 11. GOOGLE ALERTS
      • Create Alert
      • Emails with link of new web content based on that search item

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