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Facebook Ads Resources for Charities and Nonprofits
Facebook is by far the biggest and most popular social network in the world and Facebook Advertising is the perfect tool to allow advertisers to connect with their users.
Facebook ads have the opportunity to become a key part of your digital marketing strategy, reaching new and existing audiences at a cost-effective rate.
These free Facebook Ads resources for charities and nonprofits will help your Facebook Ad campaigns get off to a great start.
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Charities have been using Facebook since brands first started using the platform and have been using it well over many years to raise awareness of the work they do. However, charities have been restricted in how they could use the platform to its full extent, including raising funds and running campaigns
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