Making the Internet Work for Your Organization
Event on 2015-10-28 09:00:00
MAKING THE INTERNET WORK FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION This half-day workshop will focus on the strategic use of Internet-based tools by nonprofits. New technologies can be overwhelming, and we're often drawn to the latest trend or buzzword. But by defining and prioritizing business goals, an organization can make appropriate choices and leverage Internet technologies for success. In this workshop we'll explore a planning process that an organization can use to make the most of the Internet, including ways to evaluate their existing Internet infrastructure. We'll discuss: The basic web presence – the website Managing content updates Mobile Social media presence and sharing Search engine optimization Fundraising and constituent relationship management Internal business tools (Intranet) Wednesday, October 28 from 9am to 12pm Berkshire South Regional Community Center, 15 Crissey Road, Great Barrington, MA PRESENTER BIO Jim Jasper has been crafting Internet experiences since he built Audubon's first website in 1994. His company, Jasper Design, has served many of the world's leading nonprofits, including American Diabetes Association, American Jewish World Service, Avon Walk for Breast Cancer and the Henry Luce Foundation. Thanks to the Dyson Foundation, New York State Nonprofit employees and board members are eligible to receive 50% off of their ticket price.
at Berkshire South Regional Community Center
15 Crissey Road
Great Barrington, United States