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Social media can be the best thing to happen to your non-profit enterprise, or the worst.
Particularly in the age of constant, sometimes aggressive feedback, any non-profit in the social media space had better have a plan, a personality and a presence beyond just tweeting out their latest events.
Social Media can drive your organization to broaden your impact, increase your fundraising and allow your constituents to see the character behind the organization.
Done correctly it can give colour and shape to the public’s knowledge of your activities. Done poorly, it can be a lonely voice calling out in the wilderness; done very poorly it can hasten the end of your future.
Facilitator: Kent Bruyneel, Executive Director of Central Development Corporation
He has been making websites and media for over 20 years and holds a Master of Publishing from Simon Fraser University, where his thesis focused on the nexus between print and digital platforms in the social media age.