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Presentation prepared for NSSR on June 5, 2009. More info and further reading: http://www.deannazandt.com/presentations/nssr/

Presentation prepared for NSSR on June 5, 2009. More info and further reading: http://www.deannazandt.com/presentations/nssr/

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    Social Media  For Organizations Social Media For Organizations Presentation Transcript

    • Social Media for Organizations Deanna Zandt June 4, 2009 http://deannazandt.com/
    • Moments in communication history
    • History needs you
    • But what is social media? The old way…. Muy Importante Pretty Also kind of important important Everyday Everyday Everyday person person person
    • But what is social media? The new way….
    • Why did this change? • Original intention of the web: Read/write web • Expectations of users have shifted – Grazers of information – Creators/collaborators of content
    • What does this mean for my org? • Consistent with our values of empowerment, community – open, participatory, democratic, and accountable • Create loyalty and community by connecting • True value: 2% of 10,000 on a list versus 200 dedicated followers/friends
    • Social capital access to ideas connections and talent the saved up reputation access to resources influence accomplishments “potential” access to further resources Credit: Tara Hunt, author of The Whuffie Factor, http://www.horsepigcow.com/
    • Authenticity is key • Your org has a unique voice and presence; be yourself • Tremendous value is placed on the “gift economy;” one-way streets go nowhere
    • So how do I…?
    • Facebook • What’s everyone else up to on Facebook? • According to Non Profit Social Network Survey, 80% of respondents have a staff person dedicating 25% of their time to social media • 40% have raised money, BUT: a good chunk have raised less than $500 in last year • It's still all about building relationships, telling your story, and taking potential donors through the process of cultivation, stewardship and solicitation (Betsy Harman, http://is.gd/Odkj)
    • Facebook • Groups versus Pages – Groups are good for personal communications, or smaller issue/action needs – Pages are good for larger organizations, brand identities
    • Facebook • Causes! – Help spread the word – Measure success through awareness, not dollars – Majority of Facebookers are younger still – Build an identity Credit: Beth Kanter and Allison Fine http://is.gd/Odkj
    • Twitter • Get the word out, sure, BUT… • Get buy-in or advice on new projects • Share others’ info relevant to your work • Find like-minded folk • Connect with media
    • Blogging • What's the purpose of your organization's blog? • And your organizational web site isn't enough because ...? • Who will write for the blog? • What is the voice? • How often will you post? • What happens if something controversial comes up, how does your blog react? Credit: Beth Kanter . http://is.gd/OeIY
    • To sum up • Don’t reinvent the wheel • Focus on organization’s goals, not tech • Be open to collaborating with your users, but you don’t have to sacrifice your overall editorial control or voice • Experiment with your users, have fun
    • the end! Deanna Zandt, http://deannazandt.com/about Further reading: http://www.deannazandt.com/presentations/nssr