Use the MiTu Service as a Non-Profit

As a non-profit you have spent considerable time and effort to develop a reputation. As such, you have also met many people and you may maintain a network of donors, peers, associates, friends and business colleagues. For you, the notion that you might put your hard earned reputation out onto social media is not very enticing objective. With security concerns for your content as well as for concerns for the data safety of your associates, you need to ensure you are protected and can manage your network without wasting your own time and your associates time.

The MiTu Community Service is about connecting you to your donors/membership/subscribers whom can help you achieve your group's goals. As an non-profit you can take control of your Networking efforts and earn additional revenue for your group and ensure that you are managing your time wisely through earning it, saving it and securing it.

Earn it: As a non-profit your donors/subscribers will be willing to help support you through a monthly subscription of $1, $5 or $10 where your non-profit receives upto 82% of the proceeds collected. No complicated use of advertisements and the hit or miss value that they provide.

Save it: As a non-profit you do not have time to manage all of the Social Networks and the constant expectation that you are always ON LINE, your members/subscribers will know when you are on line and have many options to provide you content that you can approve for posting.

Secure it: As a non-profit you may have donors/subscribers that want to participate in an anonymous fashion, you may also have the need to secure the site through only the donors/subscribers you approve and ensure that communications are encrypted across the interent (Browser SSL). 

All of these services are provided by the MiTu Service TODAY. Come join today and start generating the revenue you deserve for your Non-Profit, protect your most sensitive donors/subscribers and secure your relationship with them. 

<Video for Using the MiTu Community Service as an Non-Profit goes here.>

Example Non-Profits Include:
Think Tanks, Charities, Advocacy Groups, Subscriber Groups, Foundations, etc.

Non-Profits may want to set up four types of groups for each of the knowledge areas they are expertise within:
1) Public Group
2) Private Group
3) One-on-One Group
4) Super Group

Managing four different groups seems to be much, but in order to ensure your information is secured properly from those whom you would not like to see the information or for timing of the information this structure is crucial for success:

1) Public Group for Non-Profits

For a Non-Profit Group Owner, this group is your public group, it is the group that anyone on the MiTu Community Service and on the internet can find your group and join your group. You will have many people join your public group that are interested in what you have to say or what you represent, but are not wanting to participate heavily. More importantly, they may be interested in supporting your efforts through the use of micro-payments. With the MiTu Community Service you have even more control around your public group, depending on your network and how many public facing people you want, you can keep this group open to anyone who joins, or lock it down by requiring people to submit a request for you to approve them to join. If your wanting only people that have an understanding of your the area of your Non-Profit you can ask that they answer questions to get into the group. It should be noted that this group will be the final step in publishing content to the public regarding your non-profit's area of interest.

2) Private Group for Non-Profits

For a Non-Profit Group Owner, this group is your private group, where only those people that you know and want to participate in developing some of your non-profit work and events. This group of people will be your close circle of volunteers, business associates and advisers that are willing to pay to be part of your efforts over time. They are willing to support you in your efforts through the use of the MiTu Community Service as well as provide you with feedback when necessary.

This group of people will be interested in working with you to pay for a "Subscription" in your Non-Profit. Maybe you have services you provide for a $1, $5 or $10 per month, or there is a discount depending on the level of subscription. In the end, these customers are willing to pay to be part of your efforts to communicate the needs and intentions of the Non-Profit you are operating. See the Subscription Promotion Policies for more information.

3) One-on-One for Non-Profits

For a Non-Profit Owner, this group is your One-on-One group, here you may have a small group of special investors, giving them special access to ideas that you working on or some legislation that is being drafted or some community activity that is being organized and implemented. This would allow you to maintain and manage a one-on-one relationship with that special donor. Working with them to define some of the goals of the initiatives and efforts either with them paying the micro-payment with a private group or you as the Group Owner paying the monthly fee as a Super Group.

3) Super Group for Non-Profits

For a Non-Profit Owner, this group is your super group, where only people that are part of other Non-Profits of the same type in the MiTu Community Service come together to discuss and review the nature of their non-profit area. There will be discussions on strategy and tactics necessary to achieve the required non-profit goals.  This group also allows special subscribers that might have some special expertise but do not have a MiTu Community account or group to attach to the super group.  These people's subscriptions would be paid by you as a Group owner to assist in developing ideas that you can take to your private group, one-on-one groups and public group.

Think of it as a flow, the strategy and objectives are established at the Super Group, the owners then take the learning from the Super Group and work with the Private and/or One-on-One group to determine some of the details on how the ideas will actually function and finally the last step is to push the content out to the public groups for them to consume and at some point respond.

That is how you use the MiTu Service as a Non-Profit!