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How to manage social media

How to manage social media

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You’re online – your supporters, contacts, clients and customers are too. How you relate to them – online and offline – impacts on what they think of your organisation and how likely they are to donate, buy or get involved. This beginner's guide will help you think about how you can Social Media effectively. You’re online – your supporters, contacts, clients and customers are too. How you relate to them – online and offline – impacts on what they think of your organisation and how likely they are to donate, buy or get involved. This beginner's guide will help you think about how you can Social Media effectively.
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You’re online – your supporters, contacts, clients and customers are too. How you relate to them – online and offline – impacts on what they think of your organisation and how likely they are to donate, buy or get involved.

This beginner's guide will help you think about how you can Social Media effectively.

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Learn how to make more of your social media presence with the Strategic social media course on KnowHow. insert: </p>

  insert: <a class="external-link" href="http://www.prdaily.com/Main/Articles/10998.aspx"> The Army's Reserves 10 rules for social media practitioners insert: </a> is worth a read.  

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