August Meeting Recap & Resources: #GivingTuesday & Google Analytics
GivingTuesday, a worldwide event to celebrate generosity and giving, is November 29th. Each year, we rally our Tech4Good SWFL members get ready for it: plan activities, set up a promotional plan and help with the execution. We aggregate and amplify the message from participating organizations via #swflgives during the weeks before #GivingTuesday. We invite all members, both current and new members to brainstorm ideas and prepare resources to make this the best SWFL #GivingTuesday.
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Presenter: Birgit Pauli-Haack, NPTechProjects
You can find the Screenflow version of the recording on YouTube
Welcome to our new members!
- MJ Scarpelli, Director of Development and Marketing, Senior Friendship Health Center
- Catlin Porter, Marketing & Membership, Greater Marco Family YMCA, Marco Island
- David Marchante @
Thank you to co-organizers and volunteers, who make Tech4Good SWFL possible!
Mark Benson organized the delicious meal again for last night’s meeting, prepared and arranged it presentation. Thank you to Donna Johnston for taking part in food preparation and organizing water and soft drinks.
Thank you to Mish for assisting in using the kitchen, utensils, silverware and china at the Unitarian Universalists facility. We have officially gone green, by not using plastic and paper plates anymore.
For the first time, we had a volunteer function as a Greeter, Jim O’Reilley. He welcomed all attendees, handed them name tags, and collected additional members. He especially took care of all new members, explained our meeting format and agenda, introduced them to our more regular attendees.
Thank you also to Robin de Mattia, who circulated the meeting announcement among the local media. At least the Gulfshore Business picked it up on published it on their Gulfshore Business Daily newsletter. Now that we have the schedule for the next five meetings, we should be able to reach out sooner to the other daily media and get the word out sooner.
Thank you to everyone to lend a hand and help with the set-up and breakdown of the room.
Thank You to our sponsors for their generous support of our meetings.
Google Drive published Slidedeck: Gettings Started: #GivingTuesday & Google Analytics.
We experimented with video recording and live video streaming. At this point they are uncut. You read here Part 1 of our series about our experiments with video streaming and recording of events.
For the full viewing experience you, watching directly on periscope.tv
web & mobile developer for business and nonprofits in Naples, Florida. WordPress Meetup SWFL organizer, Netsquared organizer, #nptech, photographer.
Works at Pauli Systems, Naples , FL (project manager for Enterprise WordPress and CiviCRM implementations, custom API integrations) , volunteer at NPTechProjects providing nonprofit technology support and education in Florida and deputy on WordPress Global Community Team.