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Running a non-profit organization is not easy, while managing an online presence is not easy either, but in your line of work one is just as important as the other. In today's day and age if you don't have an online presence you don't exist. That may be taking it a little far, but if you're reading this you likely understand the need to have a strong social media presence. The question is how can you leverage your time and energy spent on social media? 

Be Useful

It seems simple enough right? If you are going to interact with and/or entertain people online, you should be bringing them something useful. If your followers and your community is engaged and receiving useful and fun information from you, they are more likely to stick around and engage with your community that you're building. As a non-profit that could mean more donors, volunteers, or other resources that will help your organization thrive...

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