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How TV’s Top Horror Dramas Use Social Media to Engage Fans

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Even if you don’t watch The Walking Dead, American Horror Story or Scream Queens, you’ve probably seen comments or reactions in your social media feed at some point. The Walking Dead has a very active group of followers online (3.8 million Twitter followers) who respond to the show across numerous social sites. They are encouraged to react to what’s happening in the series. In fact, their followers are so passionate that they helped spawn the popular talk-show follow up, Talking Dead, where they, you guessed it, talk about The Walking Dead. Fans of the show can engage by using hashtags and commenting during a live episode.

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3 Content Tips for Engaging Your Nonprofit Audience

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Join us on October 28th at 2:00pm ET / 11am PT for our upcoming webinar on how to boost your organization’s year-end campaign!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, especially for nonprofits. With the holiday season fast approaching, people will be in the giving mood, and charitable organizations can capitalize on that spirit to improve donation efforts. Chances are, you already have at least the beginning of a year-end fundraising strategy in place, but are you making the most of your digital assets?

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Stop Hiding the Best Content on Your Blog

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We spend so much time creating content to get and sustain the attention of our audience. In spite of this, I can guarantee you that you’re not showing your website audience the content that they want to see because it’s not on your home page. And… you likely have a library of amazing content that they’d love to consume. This adds up to lost opportunities, time and money. It’s time to start thinking about personalizing your content marketing so that you’re putting the right content in front of the right visitor at the right time.

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