Our Community Makes Us Strong
Earlier this year, we asked our followers to tell us a little bit about themselves and what aspects of Ploughshares Fund’s work matter most to them. I’d like to share some of the highlights.
With this information we hope to better serve our community by bringing you more of the content you want to see. To do that, I’m inviting you to check out some of our most dynamic and sharable information. Of those surveyed, 70% use Facebook but only 11% indicated they follow Ploughshares Fund’s Facebook page. Next time, we want to see that number grow. Not everything we produce ends up on ploughshares.org. Please follow Ploughshares Fund on Facebook so you don’t miss out.
That goes for Twitter too.
It's time to bring #nukes back into the public consciousness and take action. http://t.co/PJ2Uopx1Fh pic.twitter.com/yDVz98FWbg
— Ploughshares Fund (@plough_shares) August 15, 2014
If you are on Twitter – and I know about 20% of you are – please follow @plough_shares and @EarlyWarningPF. Twitter is one of the best ways for us to get you the latest nuclear security news. While you’re at it, follow Joe Cirincione for national security insights and Nationals insights.
Having off-site staff retreat. Just don't tell @plough_shares SanFran staff that we're having it @Nationals game. pic.twitter.com/YHcKOqDwlW
— Joe Cirincione (@Cirincione) August 7, 2014