I'm located in Germany..so a little bit far, I guess lol...I also
have quite a few personal problems that I still need to solve so I
probably wont be able to start doing anything like that in a serious
way during the next 6 months or so..
Ive contacted two websites already who I think were making a big
mistake usability and SEO wise (making the donation process
unnecessarily difficult, and one which used the URL as the title
element of each page (big SEO mistake, that can be fixed rather
What kind of non-profit do you work for, though, if you dont mind me
asking? just curious..:-)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Katherine" <kwatier@...> wrote:
> I think there would be a variety of nonprofits who could use your
> help, but one of the challenges is that quite a few don't even know
> that they NEED to look at analytics, so you're going to need to be
> good at training them.
> I think there are a few great ways to reach them. On is Nten.org,
> other is idealist.org. And finally, through LinkedIn. There are a
> groups that might make sense. Web 2.0 for nonprofits, NTEN, Tech
> - NetSquared.
> Where are you located? I work for a nonprofit in DC that would love
> extra onine marketing help of all sorts. I don't think I could ever
> have enough manpower.
> I hope that helps,
> Katherine Watier
> Director of Online Marketing
> Environmental Working Group
> --- In email@example.com, "nevertrustab" <patriccc@>
> > Hi,
> > I'm a college student and I mostly do SEO/online marketing in
> > general...I also have a big interest in web analytics and have
> > hanging out on this group (and Avinash's blog, etc.) for 1-2
> > I remember Anil Batra (hope I remember his/your name correctly)
> > saying a good way to get a portfolio was to do work for charities
> > (hope Im not misquoting or anything).
> > Getting a portfolio isn't really a top priority for me right now
> > (though it cant hurt, I guess), but Im looking to learn more
> > web analytics while I'm in college and have always been
> > charity work..
> > So, I've been wondering if I couldn't learn more about web
> > by doing some work for charities while I'm still in college.
> > Does any of you have an idea how I could go about doing this/if
> > there's a need for this kind of work? Ive been thinking that web
> > analytics might be more helpful to many charities than SEO (which
> > do mostly) is, because many such websites might not really be
> > convert traffic from search, whereas all of them probably could
> > helped by improving "conversions" (donations).
> > I'd love to hear any input on this. thanks!