'Be careful what you say and don't be boring on social media'
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'Be careful what you say and don't be boring on social media'

27 Nov 2014 | Alice Sharman

Don’t be too serious on social media and be prepared to pay for premium services, delegates at yesterday’s Charity Technology Conference heard.

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'Be careful what you say and don't be boring on social media'

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