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The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates
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The Social Good: Marketing Strategies for Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates

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For Animal Rescues, Shelters, and Online Advocates

Gain support for a great local cause or take that cause far beyond your city limits, thanks to social media! Kim Clune, co-founder of Be the Change for Animals' advocacy site as well as a local dog rescue, shares ways to develop local and global social media campaigns for good.

Takeaways:

- Ignite your creativity and excite your audience!
- Spark connections with folks who can help, at home and even abroad.
- Stock your toolbox with free resources to manage your campaign and increase its reach.

Who is Kim Clune?

As owner of Mixed Media Matters, Kim helps animal welfare and philanthropic groups promote initiatives using print, digital and social media. Her international activism and educational site, Be the Change for Animals, was awarded 2011 Best Cause Blog by DogTime Media. Balancing a quest for global change with a desire to act locally, Kim helped to found Dog House Adoptions in April, a rescue serving stray dogs and the people of New York's Rensselaer County. There, she not only cuddles pups, but promotes their need for spays, neuters, vaccinations and loving homes through various forms of media. Kim also celebrates human/animal connections and her own adopted pets through writing, photography and film at her personal blog, ThisOneWildLife.com.

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