4 Ways Nonprofits Use Social to Boost Awareness

4 Ways Nonprofits Use Social to Boost Awareness. Connecting with an audience on social media can be a challenge for any company. And for nonprofit organizations with limited resources and high competition, getting a message heard can be especially difficult. Beating these odds are four dynamic nonprofits who have harnessed the power of social media. Whether they want to connect with supporters, build campaign awareness, or share their story, these organizations are driving success and supporting communities around the globe. 4 ways nonprofits are using social media to support their causes and campaigns 1. They use brand hashtags to drive campaign awareness The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is an international organization that focuses on the conservation and preservation of wildlife and the environment. With over 5,000 staff working in 100 countries across six continents, WWF’s social media strategy needs to work like a well-oiled machine. After setting up their Hootsuite dashboards to mimic offline team structures, workflow, languages, and security levels, WWF launched their #EndangeredEmoji campaign. If you're planning a trip to #Thailand please have a read #travelbloggers #conservation #endangeredemojis

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Connecting with an audience on social media can be a challenge
for any company. And for nonprofit organizations with limited
resources and high competition, getting a message heard can be
especially difficult.

Beating these odds are four dynamic nonprofits who have
harnessed the power of social media. Whether they want to connect
with supporters, build campaign awareness, or share their story,
these organizations are driving success and supporting communities
around the globe.

4 ways nonprofits are using social media to support their
causes and campaigns

1. They use brand hashtags to drive campaign
awareness

The World Wildlife
Fund
(WWF) is an international
organization that focuses on the conservation and preservation of
wildlife and the environment. With over 5,000 staff working in 100
countries across six continents, WWF’s social media strategy needs
to work like a well-oiled machine. After setting up their Hootsuite
dashboards to mimic offline team structures, workflow, languages,
and security levels, WWF launched their #EndangeredEmoji campaign.

If you’re planning a trip to #Thailand
please have a read #travelbloggers
#conservation
#endangeredemojis

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