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Can NGOs be used?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Determined Diva, Mar 8, 2019.

  1. Determined Diva

    Determined Diva Registered Member

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    Hi everyone
    I have a question pertaining to a non profit organisation. My friend has a church attached to her NGO and she has had it for over 10 years. She has recently inherited it but it so happens that her father's NGO never really did anything and was dormant.
    She now wants to collaborate with me. I wanted to ask whether this sort of an organisation can be marketed online and how would one go about it online. I've been doing research about it but most of the information is about offline marketing and how to get potential donors and investors. Please let me know your thoughts and whether this is worth it.
    Thanks
     
  2. SocialManager

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    Yes it can be used. Your question is a bit confusing, I think nobody here will understand what you want to use it for or do with it. Lots of NGO's have Verified Twitter accounts and get lots of exposure on Twitter, Reddit, Facebook and other social media websites. Social Media is the best for promoting an NGO. Just need to find other accounts or groups that are related to your organizations work and goals.
     
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  3. Determined Diva

    Determined Diva Registered Member

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    That makes complete sense. I shall look into it for sure. Social media is a huge part and I suppose we can start there. Thank you!