Measuring the Impact of Your Social Media Program
As nonprofits and advocacy groups delve deeper into social media, the need to assess their return on investment (ROI) is critical. Given the organizational goals of advocacy groups, it should be abundantly clear that ROI encompasses far more than fundraising, and in many cases will not include fundraising at all. So what should the ROI for advocacy groups’ social media programs be and how can we measure them?
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This article was originally published in Frogloop.
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