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Facebook can be a valuable tool for non-profits worldwide, as the recent Haiti earthquake fundraising has illustrated, yet many non-profits may be unsure how to proceed with social network marketing. Millions of dollars were raised in the immediate aftermath of the January earthquake after Facebook users populated the network with status updates imploring friends to donate money with text messaging.
But you needn’t wait for a natural disaster to make Facebook work for your non-profit. There are many different ways to utilize the service for your non-profit, from creating an application to setting up a store or even buying Facebook ads.