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Given at Social Media Britain, on the 12/10/11, this presentation shows the latest numbers on how social media sharing is impacting fundraising on JustGiving, and how we're trying to encourage people ...

Given at Social Media Britain, on the 12/10/11, this presentation shows the latest numbers on how social media sharing is impacting fundraising on JustGiving, and how we're trying to encourage people to share their generosity on social networks.

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  • Hi Howard, that month was the period from the release of these new features on the 6th September to 6th October this year. So you're right in saying that this social sharing after sponsor donations generated an extra £152k in that month. As for the LinkedIn question, sadly there was a problem with the tech behind LinkedIn's sharing button that meant we couldn't track the number of shares to LinkedIn, but they have no fixed that so we should be able to start tracking that in the next week or so.
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  • Thanks for sharing this Jon. Some questions on slide 12: which month does this relate to? Does this mean that social media sharing generated an additional £152k in donations via JustGiving? And why no average for LinkedIn? Thanks.
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  • 1. How real people use social media to make a real impact
    Jonathan Waddingham
    @jon_bedford
    Product Manager @JustGiving
    October 12th 2011
  • 2. 23% of visits to Justgiving come from Facebook
  • 3. 16% of all donations come from Facebook
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/justgiving/4790015697/
  • 4. It’s not just us
    http://delicious.com/jon_bedford/facebook+stats
  • 5. Friends’ stories have more impact
    http://bit.ly/jwerf9
  • 6. People will tell your story
    (if you ask)
  • 7. The ‘nudge’
  • 8. Prompt sharing of *personal* stories
    Give reasons to share!
  • 9. How we encourage sponsors to share
    Give reasons to share!
    Making this more prominent increased sharing by over 50%
  • 10. Sponsors share more
  • 11. (even celebs)
  • 12. Extra donations after 1 month
    £136,705.69 total
    £19.13 average
    £3.34 value per share
    £8,779.70 total
    £27.87 average
    £1.74 value per share
    £6,709.11 total
    £35.50 average
    £152,194.50
  • 13. How many share?
    7% of people share to Facebook
    1% share to Twitter
    What will your percentage be?
  • 14. Sonny’s law – after every action, share
    Made a purchase?
    Signed a petition?
    Registered for an event?
    Signed up for newsletter?
    Watched a video?
    Tell your friends
    And say WHY
  • 15. Think about *what* gets shared
    What content is pre-filled in a tweet button?
    Do you ensure people are prompted to follow you after tweeting?
    What content is pre-filled on a Facebook share? A like?
    What do you offer the user? Awesome awesomeness?
  • 16. The new Open Graph
    What actions are relevant to you?
    What actions are relevant to your users?
    What is going to make people click?
    http://developers.facebook.com/docs/beta/
  • 17. Some inspiration...
    http://www.toodlepip.co.uk/blog/2011/09/18-daft-facebook-buttons
  • 18. Mark-up or be marked down
    http://twitter.com/about/resources/tweetbutton
    http://developers.facebook.com/tools/debug
  • 19. Make your shares interesting :)
  • 20. Ensure you track effectively
    http://www.google.com/support/analytics/bin/answer.py?answer=55578
  • 21. Think about timeline. It’s awesome.
    http://www.facebook.com/about/timeline
  • 22. The best social media campaign. Fact.
  • 23. http://twitter.com/childsi/status/20740112937
  • 24. There was a video
    http://youtu.be/wzxwUIE7wDQ
  • 25. There was an email
  • 26. There was a fundraising page
    justgiving.com/Save-Joeys-Life
  • 27. Then I heard this on Facebook
  • 28. Then the thanks started rolling in...
  • 29.
  • 30.
  • 31. Watch the video and be inspired >>>
    (Video appears next thanks to the magic of Slideshare and YouTube)
    http://just.ly/childsi
  • 32. You should vote for Lucy
    http://on.fb.me/wodlucy
  • 33. Jonathan Waddingham
    jonathan@justgiving.com
    @jon_bedford
    slideshare.net/jwaddingham
    Product Manager @JustGiving