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Social Media’s Impact on Adoptions

It thrilled me to see this local coverage attributing adoptions to social media: Social media helping homeless dogs and cats find new owners.

As I wrote about in my post on Purrfect Pals excellent use of Facebook, I believe that social media done well can make a direct impact to a not-for-profit’s goals.  Even beyond adoptions, it can help develop advocates for your cause, increase your donor base, and develop community.

To be “done well”, I believe social media must be a key strategy in an organization’s plan, not simply an afterthought.  In addition, keep it relevant to your audience(s) and look for ways to engage your community.

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2 thoughts on “Social Media’s Impact on Adoptions

  1. That’s great news. I love Purrfect Pals work in that regard.

    I think part of the success too is in creating a hub where like minded people congregate and “chat”. It’s actually more a “hub” than a “bullhorn” which is what you see with more corporate FB pages.

    Posted by Christopher Budd | March 27, 2012, 5:21 pm

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