Twitter is a tool which, increasingly, charities are using to spread the word of their cause. It’s great for promoting events, encouraging fundraising and generating support.
A recent blog post provides Twitter advice which your charity or non-profit may wish to take on board. We’ve summed this up below:
- Have a strong voice – supporters want to feel as though they are communicating with a human being, not a robot.
- Avoid tweets with semi colons as they don’t get retweeted.
- Use proper grammar and punctuation. Check your spelling. It’ll give your tweet more credibility.
- Keep hashtags to a minimum. Make sure they are relevant and don’t overdo it.
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