Google, Facebook And Twitter Train Mental Health Nonprofits On Social Media

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Representatives from Google, Facebook and Twitter got together for a big training session for mental health nonprofits in Washington D.C. this afternoon, and Google has put 2 1/2 hours worth of video from the event online for anyone interested to watch. The presentations discuss managing social media accounts, running social media campaigns, integrating with multimedia, and tracking analytics.

"Nearly 45 million Americans are affected by illnesses like depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia," Google VP, Public Policy and Government Relations, Susan Molinari, said in a blog post. "Every day, thousands of nonprofit organizations across the country are providing critical life-saving assistance for people who increasingly turn to online communities for help."

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