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ASPCA Fights Against Animal Cruelty with Social Media

ASPCA Fights Against Animal Cruelty with Social Media

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Millions have joined ASPCA in the fight against animal cruelty with social media. Social Media has changed the behavior of humans around the world since the beginning of its existence. Individuals and companies learn just how to better cooperate in the midst of others, and feel associated with the brands. Doing so can have a direct effect on brands.

One of many Nonprofits who has joined Social media in the fight against Animal Cruelty is the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals). This organization has been around years before social media fighting the cause, since the ability of social networking sites such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and many other the ASPCA and many other Animal Welfare Leagues has had the ability to get their message out to more of their targeted audience.

The ASPCA takes to social media to spread the mission about their organization, they use Facebook as one of its main social media sites to get their message through to those who love animals. The ASPCA promotes awareness of the cruelty to animals not only through social networking sites, but also through their television ads using celebrities to help end the fight in animal cruelty around the world.

How Millions Join ASPCA to Fight Animal Cruelty

Most of the time businesses will drive for new technology to be made, with more than 1,299,587 likes and 35, 152 found many ways to receive donations and help animals in need, follow this link to view the list of organizations talking about it, the ASPCA Facebook page has drawn in over a million people from the average activist to the big businesses who want to see justice for all animals. Partnering with many different corporations the ASPCA has who have partnered with the ASPCA: http://www.apcc.aspca.org/about-us/corporate-partnerships

You can find and follow the ASPCA on these social media sites: https://www.facebook.com/aspca, https://twitter.com/ASPCA, https://www.youtube.com/user/aspca, http://www.pinterest.com/ASPCA/, https://plus.google.com/+aspca/posts, http://instagram.com/aspca#

To help the success of this organization and all nonprofits who support the well-being of all animals being abused by the hands of others, make the necessary donations and contact your local Animal Control Officers if you witness any wrong doing towards these animals.


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4 Responses

  1. Jackie C says:

    What a great way to inform and reach influencers. I was glad to read that the ASPCA takes to social media to spread word about their mission and organization. Such an important crusade and social media platforms are perfect to help in educating and preventing animal cruelty.
    Jackie C

  2. Jess D says:

    ASPCA is so great! For people who want more info about nonprofit social media fundraising and promotions try some of the other articles on this site like this one http://www.thesocialobserver.com/top-5-online-fundraising-platforms-for-nonprofits/

  3. Alexandra Barba says:

    I think ASPCA is a great way to help get the awareness out about animal abuse. Even though their commercials are very powerful and emotional social media can reach many others at a faster rate. Also it allows them to put more content on their site to help give supporters more information they need in order to help. I made a promise to myself when I was younger that when I made enough money that I could support myself the first thing I would do is donate to this cause. Social media has helped boost their awareness to great lengths!

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