time or an event
Who is my audience?
What would make my social media channels a
“go to” location for that audience?
How will I know how effectively I’m connected
to that audience?
If you can’t answer these questions, you’ll be
wasting your time.
Position your pro-life organization’s mission
through social media that promotes it as an
expert in your area.
Engage with fans and followers who share
your organization’s values.
Build a social media system your organization
can manage effectively.
Determine how social media can generate
prospects for doing something or donating.
1.Show respect for the opinions of those who
2.If a post misses the mark, admit it.
3.Give followers a reason to react to your post
(share, sympathize, shout).
4.“Listen” more than you “post”.
5.Try to see things from critics’ point of view.
6.Stay on the high road with noble motives.
7.Shake things up with a challenge.
Adapted from Inc. Magazine article: “How to Avoid
Social Media’s 4 Most Common Pitfalls”
#1: Social strategy does not support your pro-
life organization’s mission and objectives
#2: Not measuring
#3: Using the wrong social media platforms
#4: Expectations are unrealistic
This Viral Pro-Life Image Has Been Liked, Shared
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Tom Ciesielka, TC Public Relations
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