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Twitter Users Who See Political Ads Are 97% More Likely To Visit A Campaign Donation Page [STATS]

Twitter is quickly turning into a political machine. Politicians are tweeting campaign slogans, behind-the-scenes pictures and calls-to-action for citizens to go out and vote.

And now Twitter is entering the coveted political donation arena. New stats from Twitter Advertising show that users who see paid advertising from politicians visit campaign donation websites 97 percent more frequently than those who don’t.
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For $200 (For A Press Release) One Charity Got Itself 22 Million Unique Impressions On Twitter

Getting a message to go viral on Twitter is the holy grail of social media marketing. If you can get one person to share your content with three people, who share it with twenty people, who share it with one hundred people… there’s really no end to how far your message can go.

The #CancersNoJoke campaign from @AbolishCancer is a perfect example how a little elbow grease, smart marketing and some celebrity endorsements can make for a massively successful viral campaign – and all for a good cause, too.
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Comedians Tweet For #CancersNoJoke April Fools Day Awareness Campaign

Comedians like Sarah Colonna, Josh Wolf and Fran Drescher are joining forces in an April Fools Day campaign that is anything but funny: they’ll be tweeting on behalf of @AbolishCancer to encourage people to become bone marrow donors, a serious topic indeed.
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HelpAbolish Increases Sales By $2,000, Engagement By 38% By Harnessing Twitter

The HelpAbolish (@AbolishCancer) platform connects businesses with non-profits, and harnesses Twitter and Facebook to increase engagement with their social networks. And after a small test-run in Charlottesville Virginia, HelpAbolish has proven to be a success, driving $2,000 in charitable donations and increasing engagement among consumers of participating businesses by 38 percent.
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Mayor Rahm Emanuel Meets Fake Mayor Rahm Emanuel

He has been delighting Chicago Twitterati with his foul-mouthed parody of their now-Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and now he’ll be helping young Chicago students hone their own creative writing skills. He’s Dan Sinker, and he is the man behind the @MayorEmanuel parody Twitter account that has garnered international attention in these past few weeks. And now, after meeting the man he had been poking some light fun of for so long, he’s come away with a boat load of interviews, profiles and over $10,000 for charity.
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With Tweet And Give, Every Tweet Gets Your Charity a Donation

Social media is opening up new avenues to make giving to charity easy, fun and accessible. I love hearing about ways that charities can gain exposure and raise funds through social media, so I am excited to share a new Twitter-based charity app, Tweet And Give.
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