How social media can help nonprofits do good


Nonprofits and charity groups are getting increasingly socially savvy, using tools such as Facebook and Twitter to create far-reaching and low-cost marketing campaigns. The best efforts use tagging and hashtagging to keep people engaged and talking, and find ways to connect social-media buzz to real-world campaigns, meetings and volunteer sessions, notes Rich Brooks.  SocialMediaExaminer.com

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