- Date:Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
- Time:1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
- Location:Center for Nonprofit Management, 1000 N. Alameda Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
- Price:$85 (Discounts available to members)
- Instructor:Filiberto Gonzalez
Google+ has rapidly grown and is now the 3rd largest social network in the U.S.! Its rapid growth and popularity, is thanks in large part, to its seamless integration with Android phones and its killer apps, such as Hangouts, which allows users to video chat with multiple people at the same time. Nonprofits nationwide are already using Google+ for social good and seeing great results as early adopters. Designed for Google+ beginners, this seminar will take you on a step-by-step process on rockin’ Google+ apps, tools, and Google Grant funding in no time.
Here’s the good news: It’s not too late to get on board! For the first time ever, the Center for Nonprofit Management will host this seminar on Google+ for Nonprofits. The seminar is designed for beginners on Google+, and will take you on a step-by-step process on rockin’ it in no time.
Here’s what we’ll cover:
- The Anatomy of + — An examination of every component in the Google+ design, and its relevance and applicability to nonprofits;
- Google+ Pages for Nonprofits — Each participant will build their org’s Google+ Page from scratch! To successfully complete this, each participant is encouraged to come equipped with a JPG file of its logo and all relevant contact information.
- Tailor Your Message with Circles — Learn how to target and reach different segments of your audience with Google+ Circles.
- Bring Them IN with Hangout — A tutorial and best practices guide from experienced users on this high-quality, video conversation tool.
- Google for Nonprofits’ Grant Plus Google+ = Can’t Go Wrong! — Make the most of your nonprofit’s Google for Nonprofits grant by enhancing your free premium Google tools through the use of Google+.
Participants are encouraged to attend with their laptop. Each participant will receive hardcopy and a digital copy of handouts on the presentation.