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Last week, I wrote about choosing content like you would choose a gift for a good friend. It’s best not to just choose what you want them to have, but something that they’d actually like.
For some nonprofits and businesses though, getting to know your audience well enough to do that can be a challenge, especially if you are in a situation of having hundreds or more followers before you try to get to know them. Here are some tips to help you get to know your audience better: Continue reading
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I have a memory from when I was about 9 years old being in a toy store right before Christmas. A adult desperate for gift inspiration for a girl my age came up and asked me what toys I wanted. I asked her what this girl liked to try to come up with something good, but they just said that they didn’t know this girl very well. I pointed to a Magic 8 Ball, but neither of us were very satisfied with that answer. Continue reading