Crossposting: Making Web 2.0 Work for You

Dose of Change intern-extraordinaire, Lili Gecker, checks-in with this great find from Global Voices Advocacy.

Twitter, Facebook, Myspace—these websites aren’t just for social networking, they can also help your online advocacy campaign. By engaging a variety of online strategies, or crossposting, you can raise awareness, promote your message, attract new supporters and maximize outreach.

Check out this guide to learn more.

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