Big Brother Big Sisers Audit

Big brother big sisers audit

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Unformatted text preview: Sarah Beth Nelius RFP Client Audit: Big Brothers Big Sisters of America Website The homepage for the Big Brothers Big Sisters website sends multiple messages to the reader- one of which involves their social media activity. Looking at a glance, there is a side section promoting that you (the reader/ user) follow Big Brothers Big Sisters on Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube. To reach this portion of the homepage, one must scroll down the page before it is eligible to view. This sends an indirect message that social media does not take priority over donations and volunteer work. However, the BBBS social media outlets are still a large part of the organization. Interaction with users, giving news updates and success stories, and keeping the public interested is all done through social media outlets. From this screenshot image, one can see where the soc...
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  • Fall '11
  • Dr.Hong
  • Sociology, Sibling, Web page

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