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Additional channels for getting your message out

Getting your message out there is crucial to attracting new donors, supporting your mission and strengthening your community.

Here are three free tools that increase the number of channels at your disposal summarized by nonprofit expert Gayle C. Thorsen.  You can follow her @impactmax on Twitter

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