#FUSEcon2014
Panel: How to Use Social Media to
Build Your Base
Colleen Hutchnings, Environmental Working Group
Laura Packa...
#FUSEcon2014
Data Makes All the Difference
• Laura Packard, PowerThru Consulting, @lpackard
• My notes: http://bit.ly/buil...
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How to Use Social Media to Build Your Base

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Social media is very hot, and it's a field full of buzzwords. It's easy to spend a lot of staff time on it, and money on social media advertising -- but how can you use it effectively to meet your organization’s goals. This group of experts will talk about what they’ve learned the hard way, and share tips you can apply directly to your work.

Presenter: Laura Packard, PowerThru, John Hlinko, Left Action, and Colleen Hutchings, EWG

RELATED LINKS:
http://powerthruconsulting.com
http://leftaction.com
http://www.ewg.org
https://www.salsalabs.com/support-community/blog

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    1. 1. #FUSEcon2014 Panel: How to Use Social Media to Build Your Base Colleen Hutchnings, Environmental Working Group Laura Packard, PowerThru Consulting John Hlinko, LeftAction
    2. 2. #FUSEcon2014 Data Makes All the Difference • Laura Packard, PowerThru Consulting, @lpackard • My notes: http://bit.ly/buildyourbase • More Tips via Facebook: /powerthruconsulting & Twitter: @power_thru • John Hlinko, LeftAction, @jhlinko • Buy the book: ShareRetweetRepeat.com • More tips in action? View Facebook: /LeftAction & Twitter @LeftAction • Colleen Hutchings, Environmental Working Group • More tips in action? View Facebook: /ewg.org & Twitter @EWG
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