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Want to know how to raise money for your nonprofit? See some great examples of who's doing fund-raising via social media well?...

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Social Media and NonProfit Fund-raising Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Social Media and Fundraising
    Katrina Kibben
    Social Media Ninja
    Monster.com
  • 2. Agenda
    Why Social Media?
    Social Media Campaign Wins
    Social Media Campaign Fails
    How To Create A Social Media Campaign
    Discussion
  • 3. Poll: where are you online?
    • Facebook
    • 4. Twitter
    • 5. YouTube
    • 6. Slideshare
    • 7. Myspace
    • 8. LinkedIn
  • More importantly…
    Where are your donors online?
    How do they prefer to give?
    Online?
    Offline?
    What do you think?
  • 9. Stats
    Donors operate across social media sites:
    52% utilize YouTube
    12% post on Flickr
    9% have Facebook accounts
    51% of donors prefer to give online
    http://mashable.com/2009/03/26/social-media-nonprofit-study/
  • 10. Online or offline?
    http://nonprofit.about.com/od/onlinefundraising/a/getonlinedonors.htm
  • 11. How much do they give?
    http://mashable.com/2009/03/26/social-media-nonprofit-study/
  • 12. How do they give?
    http://mashable.com/2009/03/26/social-media-nonprofit-study/
  • 13. Where do they give?
    http://mashable.com/2009/03/26/social-media-nonprofit-study/
  • 14. What are they talking about?
    http://mashable.com/2009/03/26/social-media-nonprofit-study/
  • 15. What are they looking for?
    http://mashable.com/2009/03/26/social-media-nonprofit-study/
  • 16. SOCIAL MEDIA WINS
  • 17. PETA on Facebook
    • Engaging headlines
    • 18. Participation
    • 19. Community
  • #blamedrewscancer on Twitter
    • Humor
    • 20. Showcase results
    • 21. Easy to navigate
  • Epic Change on Twitter
    Raised over $11,000 in just 48 hours
  • 22. Livestrong on Slideshare
    Social Media Sharing
    Transparency
  • 23. Monster.com on Flickr
    • Clear results
    • 24. SEO Optimization
    • 25. Identification with cause
  • I2Y.com blog
    • Synch content with social media events
    • 26. Establish credibility
    • 27. Set up outgoing links
  • March of Dimes on YouTube
    • Call out your cause
    • 28. Frequent contributions
    • 29. Highlight donors and spokespeople
  • WorldVision’s landing page
    • Call out your cause
    • 30. Establish credibility
    • 31. Make your site interactive and easy to navigate
    http://worldvision.org/charity
  • 32. Best practices for websites
    Social media quick-links
    Award recognition
    One-click donation button
  • 33. Red Cross mobile campaign
  • 34. NonProfitLA.com social event
  • 35. E-mail campaigns
    Is email social media?
    How to appropriately leverage email?
    Create warm lead lists
    1% to 3% of a nonprofit group's e-mail list would donate money when solicited, at an average of about $80 per person
    Share timely, relevant information
    Precautions
    Paying for email address is a no-no
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/04/21/AR2009042103786.html
  • 36. SOCIAL MEDIA FAILS
  • 37. Causes
  • 38. Why they fail
    No obvious organizational impact
    No trust
    Content
    Execution
    Timelines
    Channels
  • 39. MAKING IT WORK
  • 40. It’s all connected
  • 41. What works?
    LISTEN
    Call to action focus; not donation focus
    Clear and achievable goal
    Short deadlines
    Leverage networks
    Make giving easy
    Recognition
  • 42. Partnering with brands
    87% of consumers would switch brands based on association with a good cause
    50% of consumers would pay more for products from brands that support cause
    What’s in it for me?
  • 43. It doesn’t take a ninja…
    YOU CAN DO THIS AT HOME
  • 44. Making the most of your time
    CoTweet & Tweetdeck
    Facebook
    YouTube
    Flickr
    Slideshare
    Wefollow
  • 45. Tracking your Success
  • 46. Social Evolution
    "It's an experiment that shows social media is a great way to touch more people," he said, "but it may have a ways to go in terms of raising money."
    Elliot Bisnow
  • 47. Questions?