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It’s funny that the word(s) “non-profit organizations” has the word “organization” embedded within. In my mind, having a successful non-profit means staying organized. But that seems to be pretty vague, don’t you think? Organization, at least to me, implies staying on top of your tasks, staying updated on client feedback, and just as importantly, staying knowledgeable about the online social media resources that exist solely to aid non-profit organizations in their quest to better their individual communities.

Kanter, Fine and Mansfield are all experts in non-profit organization. They seem well-versed in many of the world’s most popular social media tools including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr. And while I believe these four tools are crucial to getting your non-profit’s message out there, it’s equally important to always strive to learn more, whether that means finding new apps for your social media networks or exploring uncharted social media territory.

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