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  • Social Media Resources for Searching Families

    • Social Media ChartThis chart has great information for families on getting started with social media and maintaining your presence. It shows what types of content work best on Facebook and Twitter, plus tells you how often you should post to each.  Finally, it reminds posters that social media is interactive. You have to respond to engage with your audience.
    • The time of day you send out an email greatly affects whether or not it will be opened, which is critical in your appeals. People are more likely to open emails sent first thing in the morning or early afternoon than an email sent out at 5:00 p.m., as this helpful infographic shows.
    • One picture may tell 1,000 words, but an infographic tells the entire story. This infographic created by JESS3 neatly reminds parents not only that they are not alone and there is help, but also in the very last panel it shows parents the steps needed to create an effective social media campaign to find a missing child.