Facebook Reaction Buttons: What Nonprofit Marketers Will Love

 

 

 
 

Let’s face it, clicking “like” doesn’t always mean that you like something. For example, when a friend posts a picture of their departed cat, clicking “like” lets them know you saw their update, even though you’re sad about their loss. “Not every moment you want to share is happy. Sometimes you want to share something […]

 

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Facebook Reaction Buttons: What Nonprofit Marketers Will Love

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