A couple weeks ago, I mentioned we had a super-hot panel lined up for South by Southwest that could use your votes/comments. Voting for SXSW panels closes on Friday. But for those of you who don't have an interest in SXSW, we've proposed the same panel for the 2013 Nonprofit Technology Conference hosted by NTEN. Here are the details - we'd sure appreciate your vote (by Sept. 7 - no registration needed) and any comments and conversation on the panel page!
Lots of nonprofits are buying social data, giving them an unprecedented amount of information about individual supporters. But once you have it, what do you do with it?
Danielle Brigida of the National Wildlife Federation, Mark Davis of Blackbaud, and Casey Golden of Small Act will give concrete, actionable examples of how your nonprofit can use social data to inform the way you attract people to your mission, enhance fundraising campaigns, and empower your communities. By analyzing a variety of case studies, they'll show how you can start using social data today.
- How social data can be used to help a nonprofit get bigger donations, more frequently
- How social data can be used to help a nonprofit plan more successful fundraising events
- How social data can be used to empower a nonprofit's online and offline communities
Got a great NTC panel proposal you'd like to promote? Post a link in the comments!