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  • 1. Nonprofit Computer Basics
    • Linh Song, MSW
    • npServ Director
    • Nonprofit Enterprise at Work (NEW)
    • twitter @new_org
    • [email_address]
    • www.new.org
    • twi
  • 2. Introducing NEW
    • Nonprofit Enterprise at Work (NEW)
    • 15 year old nonprofit focused on delivering nonprofit support services
    • Offices in Detroit and Ann Arbor
    • Serve 500+ nonprofits annually
    • Focused on Southeast Michigan
  • 3. Programs Governance Training Matching Assessments Webinars NP Directory Funding Search Best Practices Office Space Conference Space IT Support Social Media Donor Database Web-based Email
  • 4. NEW’s blog includes thoughts from NEW CEO, Neel Hajra, interviews with nonprofit board members, volunteers, community partners and other NEW experts. http://new.org/blog/ Follow NEW’s Twitter updates for the down-low on events, news, special announcements and breaking news items.   www.twitter.com/new_org Become a fan of NEW to get information about special events, workshops & webinars, exchange ideas with other people in the nonprofit sector, and see photos and videos. http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=60978461809&ref=ts
  • 5. IT Budgets http://informationarchitects.jp/webtrends2007/
  • 6. Average percentage of overall budgets for small to large orgs allocated 3% to IT. http://www.nten.org/research/download_09_staffing_report?sid=32951
  • 7. Small organizations on average, spend 14% of their overall budget on IT. http://www.nten.org/research/download_09_staffing_report?sid=32951
  • 8. Small organizations (annual budgets of $500K or less) spent under $23,000 annually on IT. http://www.nten.org/research/download_09_staffing_report?sid=32951
  • 9. Increased expenses focused on website design, hardware, software, and outsourced IT consulting. http://www.nten.org/research/download_09_staffing_report?sid=32951
  • 10. http://www.nten.org/research/download_09_staffing_report?sid=32951 Size Median Budget for Software Median IT Contract Expenses Median Budget IT Staffing Avg. Budget IT Staffing Small 0 $3,000 0 $9,438 Medium $1,200 $10,000 $10,000 $543,432
  • 11. On average, orgs employ 1 IT staff person for every 18 employees. http://www.nten.org/research/download_09_staffing_report?sid=32951
  • 12. Hardware http://informationarchitects.jp/webtrends2007/ http://www.iowalakesrcd.org/Website%20Photos/computers.jpg
  • 13. TechSoup.org RCI Refurbished Computer Initiative
        • Windows computers, laptops, monitors
        • Max 10 monitors and no limit on computers in fiscal year (July 1-June 30)
        • Must be a 501c3
  • 14. TechSoup.org RCI Refurbished Computer Initiative
  • 15. Donations
    • If the computers are 3 years old and newer then you can reformat the hard drive and install new software.
    • Find partners with private companies; insurance and real estate agencies, printing and shipping centers, engineering companies, etc.
    • Minimum donation specs:
      • 1 GHz processor and 1 GB of RAM (to run Windows 7)
      • No CRT monitors, LCD flat screens only
    • Find partners with private companies; insurance and real estate agencies, printing and shipping centers, engineering companies, etc.
  • 16. Hardware Checklist
    • UPS: Uninterruptable Power System keeps systems running in the event of a power outage and shut them down properly if the outage persists ($150)
    • NAS: Network Attached Storage to backup data to, has an Ethernet port, so it can have its own IP address and is accessible by anyone on the local area network ($115)
    • Router and Firewall: Share internet connection with multiple computers and protect your network ($100)
  • 17. Microsoft Authorized Reseller Global Tech Industries 313-389-7101 Email:slbeck@globaltechministries.org 15558 Markese Allen Park,MI,48101 “ It is our mission to address the Digital Gap, Digital Divide, and Digital Equity by provinding donated refurbished computers to non-profit organizations, schools, charter schools, private schools, churches, missions, and needy families.” http://informationarchitects.jp/webtrends2007/
  • 18. New Hardware - desktop
    • www.newegg.com
    • $600 + $25 shipping
    • HP Pavilion P6310
    • Athlon II x4 2.8GHzm, 6 GB
    • Windows 7 Home Premium
    • Manufacturer Warranty (parts and labor): 1 year
    • HP 2009m - $140 20" HP 16:9 Wi
  • 19. New Hardware - Netbooks
    • www.newegg.com
    • $380+ $25 shipping
    • Samsung NB-30
    • Intel Atom N450, 10.1”, 1GB, 160 GB HD
    • Windows 7 Home
    • Manufacturer Warranty (parts and labor): 1 year
  • 20. New Hardware - Laptops
    • www.apple.com
    • $999
    • 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 2GB DDR3 memory 250GB HD
    • Built-in 7-hour battery
    • Web cam
    • Mac OS X
    • 90 days phone support
  • 21. Software Checklist http://www.avg.com/ http://www.malwarebytes.org http://www.techsoup.org http://www. piriform.com/
  • 22. Basic Software from TechSoup
    • SBS 2008 Premium w/5 CALs ($62)
    • SBS User CALs ($3 ea.)
    • Windows 7 Enterprise ($9 ea.)
    • Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007 ($20 ea.)
    • Symantec Endpoint Protection (10-user) ($60)
    • Quickbooks ($32)
  • 23. Resources Sue Bennett ,Tom, Eugene Chan, Mary Lester, Cristina Chan Holly Ross
  • 24. Resources, cont.
  • 25. Email
    • Gmail
      • Free….with ads
      • Able to have manage multiple domain names
      • Archive and searchable
      • Interacts with other Google Applications (ie Alerts, Reader, Docs)
    • MS Exchange Server
      • Costly for software, hardware, and maintenance
  • 26. Online Tools http://doodle.com/ http://www.mozy.com http://www.eventbrite.com https://www.paypal.com
  • 27. Connects with Google Calendar, Outlook, iCal, Yahoo!
  • 28. * Desktop Licenses: $3.95 + $0.50/GB per month * Server Licenses: $6.95 + $0.50/GB per month
  • 29. Classes
    • Community Colleges for ACCESS DB, MS Office classes
      • http://www4.wccnet.edu/employerservices/nonprofit/
      • If work for Washtenaw County nonprofit, tuition reimbursement for Life Learning classes
    • Schoolcraft Online Courses
      • http://www.ed2go.com/schoolcraft/online_course
      • A to Z Grantwriting ($95)
    • Operation Able – Hannan House
      • http://operationable.org
      • Certificates in Office Professional I, Office Professional II, and Computer Savvy Manager/Professional
  • 30. Domain Name, Web Host
    • $5.50/month for hosting, $10 for domain name registration
    • 24x7 FTP access
    • World-Class Data Centers
    • Daily Backups
    • Best-of-Breed Routers, Firewalls and Servers
    • Web site statistics
  • 31. Website Creation
    • $5.50/month for hosting, $10 for domain name registration
    • 24x7 FTP access
    • World-Class Data Centers
    • Daily Backups
    • Best-of-Breed Routers, Firewalls and Servers
    • Web site statistics
  • 32.
  • 33. http://www.fullcirc.com/wp/about/visual-and-graphic-work/
  • 34.
  • 35. Twitter Has a Purpose http://informationarchitects.jp/webtrends2007/
  • 36. Promote others and share your knowledge
  • 37. Educate Celebrate Attract http://mashable.com/2009/03/19/twitter-nonprofits/
  • 38. Entertaining Donors
  • 39. Typical Challenges
        • Old donated hardware
        • Pirated software
        • Viruses
        • Data security
        • IT planning
  • 40. Globe Theatre Twitter Contest
  • 41. Facebook Initiatives http://informationarchitects.jp/webtrends2007/
  • 42. Facebook Love
    • This is your default website!
    • Fans
      • http://www.facebook.com/Affirmations
    • Causes
      • http://apps.facebook.com/causes/157724
    • Links to website, blog, other SM presence
    • Need Photo Gallery
    • Create Events Section (fundraiser deadline)
  • 43. Affirmations
  • 44. UMS/UMMA “15 Minutes of Fame”
  • 45.  
  • 46. Social Media = Developing Trust http://www.flickr.com/photos/sidereal/62874874/
  • 47. Who is on social media?
  • 48. Michael Brennan…a brand name. http://twitter.com/unitedwaymike
  • 49. Demographics
  • 50.
    http://www.scottmonty.com/2009/10/recent-facebook-demographics.html
  • 51. http://www.scottmonty.com/2009/10/recent-facebook-demographics.html
  • 52. Bloggers to Know http://detroit.blogs.time.com/ http://www.sweet-juniper.com/ http://markmaynard.com/ http://annarborchronicle.com/
  • 53. Process
  • 54. Identify Your Strategy http://informationarchitects.jp/webtrends2007/
  • 55. http://altitudebranding.com/category/social-media-time-management/
  • 56. Pick Existing Goals
        • Build cause awareness
        • Connecting with new supporters
        • Soliciting online gifts
        • Cultivating supporter relationships
        • Engage local media
  • 57. Outgoing Message
    • How much are you trying to raise?
    • Who are you trying to involve? (Custom appeals)
    • How will you deliver the funds?
    • Where will the money go once it’s collected?
    • What will the donations make possible?
    • Post a FAQ or how-to on a call to action
    http://socialactions.com/taxonomy/term/101
  • 58. Identify Your Audience
  • 59. Snoop
    • What websites do your supporters visit?
      • AnnArbor.com
      • AnnArborChronicle.com
      • Yelp.com
      • Google.com
    • What is their preferred method of receiving news?
      • Email newsletters (Constant Contact, Vertical Response)
      • Website
      • Facebook
  • 60. New Networking
  • 61. Identify Your Marketing Tools
    • Website
    • Facebook
    • Word of Mouth (translates to forwarding links or emails)
    • Twitter
    • Media Releases
    • Events or Activities
  • 62. Prioritize Your Networks
  • 63. Carnegie Mellon
        • Increase online visibility, brand awareness among students and alumni
        • Tactics:
          • 10K views for each RoboU videos
          • Add 500 subscribers to YouTube channel in 1 year
          • Add 1K Facebook fans in 1 year
          • Create viral response to videos, picked up by bloggers
        • Results:
          • 2.2 million views of “Last Lecture”
          • Students became advocates
          • 290+ tech blogs spread videos
  • 64. NPO Website Satisfaction
    • Ann Arbor’s ForeSee Results Findings
      • Nonprofits scored 73/100 point scale
      • Online Banking (83), E-Retail (74), E-Government (74) and Automotive Websites (78)
      • Highly satisfied visitors to nonprofit websites are 49% are more likely to donate money
      • 38% more likely to volunteer
      • 66% more likely to use the website instead of a costlier channel as the primary resource
  • 65. Website requirements
    • Visual imagery
      • Search Flickr for Creative Commons Material
      • Collect material from staff, volunteers
      • Search Google Images, check licenses and permission
    • Flickr photo slideshow widget
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/newbeatphoto/4293702381/sizes/m/
  • 66. Testimonials
    • Interview with program manager, folks “on the ground”
    • Constituents state their needs in their own words
      • Appeal via letter, blog, video
    • Include facts and figures on the issue, region, clients
      • Reference current media reports
      • Reference high profile experts
    • Get ready to recognize non-solicited testimonials on social media
  • 67. YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovPfcU0ZdrA
  • 68. YouTube, cont. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqUZaAvDdSE
  • 69. YouTube, cont. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRKjw9FXd6c
  • 70. $200 Goes a Long Way
    • Flip Camera
    • http://store.theflip.com/MinoHD.aspx
    • 3.3 ounces
    • 60 minuets of HD video
    • 4GB built-in memory
    • Lithium ion battery with USB arm
  • 71. Donation button
    • Paypal as a default
      • 2.9% transaction fee + $.03 charge/transaction
      • Compatible with Constant Contact
      • Easy to manage, set-up
    • Network for Good for wider audiences
      • 3% of all donations
      • Takes care of state-by-state solicitation from all states
      • Checks sent in mail
  • 72. Chip In http://www.childsplaycharity.org/index.php
    • Works directly with Paypal
    • Works with Facebook
    • Blogger friendly
    • Visual representation of progress
    • Allows for individual pages
    • No additional fees
  • 73. Firstgiving
    • Geared towards high volume donations
    • Allows for individual pages
    • Great for matching corporate campaigns for companies to use internally
    • 7.5% processing fee + $300 annual
    http://www.firstgiving.com/savethechildren
  • 74. Drawbacks http://motorfund.org/FirstGiving.aspx
  • 75. Enlist Help
    • Save the Children Haiti Help-A-Thon Community Engagement Toolkits
      • Community Fundraising
      • School Fundraising
      • College Fundraising
      • Volunteer Fundrasing Guide
      • Generating Publicity for your Fundraising Event
      • http://www.savethechildren.org/get-involved/community-engagement/
  • 76. Annual campaign
    • Emory University Blue Pig Campaign
        • Twitter, Facebook
        • Incoming class given blue piggie banks
        • T-shirts “Feed Me. Love, the Blue Pig”
        • Piggie Round-Ups
        • Monthly Emails
        • Photo Contest
        • Commented on blogs, forums
        • Face-to-face interaction, answered questions
        • Managed by 1 staff person!
    http://www.alumni.emory.edu/annualfund/piggybank.php?section=fund&sub=programs http://www.facebook.com/thebluepig#/thebluepig?v=wall
  • 77. Results
    • Pignapping and beyond
      • 157% increase in undergrad donations
      • First 7 months of fiscal year collected $12,915 compared to $682 previous year
      • As of 5/09, total undergrad giving more than doubled in 2008
      • 1 st years had 9% participation rate
        • 579.42% increase in total dollars raised
        • 734.88% increase in avg. gift
  • 78. Team Responsibilities
        • Humane Society of the United States
          • Recognized info silos
          • “ We have daily 9 minute meetings. Short meetings have helped them be more efficient and effective with every aspect of social media campaigns.”
          • Internally cross-promote ideas and programs more
  • 79. http://altitudebranding.com/category/social-media-time-management/
  • 80. Internal Resources
    • Texas A&M Division of Marketing & Communications
      • http://brandguide.tamu.edu/
      • http://agrilife.tamu.edu/web/social/
      • Tutorials for staff to post content to iTunes, blog support, brand consolidation
      • “ Do You Wonder” campaign
        • University content weighted with students and alumni content
        • Outsourced then brought in-house
  • 81. Save Kirkland’s 4 th ! http://twitter.com/savekirkland4th
  • 82. Kirkland’s campaign process
    • Identified target audience
    • Identified fundraising goal of $30,000 in 6 weeks
    • Facebook page set-up
      • Invited original supporters, businesses, groups, and media to become a “FAN”
      • Repeat process through CAUSES application
      • Created EVENTS and invited FANS to attend
      • Daily updates on WALL to continue interest
      • Thanked supporters and businesses on WALL, link to sites
  • 83. Kirkland, Cont.
    • Twitter Set-up
        • Ongoing Teets through Tweet later
        • Highlighted news from blog
        • Twitter Follow Friday
    • Donation options
      • Paypal on site, blog, and Facebook
      • Drop off boxes in shops and businesses
      • Check drop off locations (Chamber, downtown assoc., realty, etc.)
      • Volunteers selling flags at parade
  • 84. Kirkland Results
    • Raised $35,000
    • 75 individuals donated $6,945; avg. donation of $92.60
    • 15 business donated $24,150l avg. donation of $1,610
    • Approx. 500 FANS on Facebook
    • 150+ Twitter followers
    • 50+ blog entries: updates, sponsor profiles, media coverage
    • 10+ bloggers included articles and links back to site
    • Coverage on local, regional tv, radio, news
    • Fireworks company donated extra $5,000 in fireworks
    • http://www.slideshare.net/PurpleDuckMarketing/
  • 85. Traffic Tools http://informationarchitects.jp/webtrends2007/
  • 86. Individual info feeds
    • npServ
      • Daily GoogleAlerts
      • Check RSS feeds via Google Reader (nonprofit tech blogs to trains on Craigslist)
      • TweetDeck conversations
      • GoogleGroups email threads
  • 87. http://www.flickr.com/photos/cambodia4kidsorg/3226367547/sizes/o/
  • 88. Routines
    • Use templates
      • FAQ to point people to
      • Build tags in Delicious to direct people to categories and other resources
      • Standardize responses to common emails and comments
        • Control expectations: “Thanks, will get back to you in 48 hours.”
    • Project Management
      • GoogleDocs
      • Outlook Tasks
  • 89. Cross Platform Tools
  • 90. Analytics http://siteanalytics.compete.com/jewlicious.com/ - 20,320 monthly unique visitors- Top referring site is google.com at 32.53% - Second is facebook.com at 9.08%
  • 91. Know the Competition http://twittercounter.com/HumaneSociety
  • 92. Google, Your Guide 1. How many people visit my web sites each day. 2. How long the average visitor stays. 3. How many pages the average visitor views before leaving. 4. How many visitors stay longer than 3-5 minutes. 5. How many "New" visitors there are on a weekly basis. 6. I like to see where my traffic comes from (Twitter, Facebook, Google, etc.,) 7. Which pages are the most popular. 8. If certain popular pages in particular get a high percentage of traffic from referral sites like Twitter. 9. How long people tend to stay on my most popular pages (and to compare that with the average for the site in general). 10. Which times of day are the busiest.
  • 93. http://www.webexpectations.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/googleanalytics.jpg
  • 94.
  • 95. Your Fundraising Data http://informationarchitects.jp/webtrends2007/
  • 96. Follow-up
    • Recognize donors online
    • Enter donor profiles into your database: ACCESS, Filemaker, Giftworks
      • Google each donor
      • Add to profile social networking profiles, background information, donor history (schools, campaigns)
      • http://fundrace.huffingtonpost.com/index.php
    • Ask if they want to follow campaign via email? Add to Constant Contact/Vertical Response
    • Report back results via email, blog, social networks
  • 97. Know Your Donors http://fundrace.huffingtonpost.com/
  • 98. Process
  • 99. http://www.pink-sheep.com/twitter-nonsense/chronically-unfollowable
  • 100. www.new.org/socialmedia webinars workshops consulting assessments