At best, these infographics can point one toward donation links, organizations to support, and ways to stay up to date on issues

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At worst, they can be breeding grounds for misinformation, spread under the clever guise of peony pink and Helvetica lettering. Indeed, these infographics haven’t been immune to controversy. Accounts like the infamous Sudan Meal Project “charity accounts” have been under fire due to false donations claims. With a lack of transparency on where funds will be allocated or what organizations they are affiliated with, the users behind these scam accounts expose themselves as nothing but viral opportunists, preying on well-intentioned users eager to share their support.

https://lithiumagazine.com/2020/09/14/unpacking-the-instagram-infographic-industrial-complex

If this resonates with you, connect with me via Facebook or reply below — I will send you a video to take a look at and we can talk further

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It boosts morale! I have experienced this personally! And it’s ultimately the reason I’m doing this blog post.

https://malissavanzee.wordpress.com/2020/05/19/a-selfish-why-really

Meaningful connections you can make in the subject line, and reinforce in your email

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You can increase your chances of being read by making a meaningful connection with the reader. This meaningful connection will attract the email recipient to you and encourage them to respond to your call to action.

https://davidgargaro.wordpress.com/2020/02/17/how-to-make-meaningful-connections-through-email