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UK Charities Prefer #Twitter to #Facebook

UK Charities Prefer #Twitter to #Facebook

More than 9 in ten charities in the United Kingdom have a presence on Twitter, with a majority using the platform more frequently than Facebook, reveals a new study.

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86% Of Charities And Nonprofits Use Twitter, 71% Say Social Useful For Donations [STUDY]

86% Of Charities And Nonprofits Use Twitter, 71% Say Social Useful For Donations [STUDY]

98 percent of charities and nonprofits in the U.S. are active on at least one social media site, with YouTube (97 percent), Facebook (92 percent) and Twitter (86 percent) most favoured, reveals new data from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research.

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Social Media For Social Good [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social Media For Social Good [INFOGRAPHIC]

A new infographic from BlueHost analyzes how social media has been utilized by both corporations and celebrities for charitable causes.

According to a recent survey, 83% of Americans want brands to support causes and 41% of people bought a product from a company because they knew the company was associated with a cause.

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Animal Rights More Important To Twitter Users Than Disaster Relief, Environment [INFOGRAPHIC]

Animal rights issues are more important to users on Twitter and Facebook than environmental concerns, disaster relief and other nonprofit issues, says a report.

The study, by Craigslist founder Craig Newmark, has been published in infographic form on his Craigconnects website and follows up his report in October which analysed how the top nonprofits used social media.

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