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How to Use the Name and Logo Online

We strongly urge all Leagues to have a robust online presence that reflects the current work you are doing in your communities and states. Your website, email communications (newsletters, action alerts, appeals, etc.), Facebook, Twitter, and other League-related social media sites should all incorporate both the LWV logo and name prominently at the top. Other pictures or graphics are allowed but are not to over shadow the League name and logo.

Facebook Posting Guide for Local & State Leagues

Facebook is a way to communicate with our members and the public at large. Through a Facebook page, you can engage the public to becoming more involved with your League, and move them up the ladder of engagement.

Twitter Cheat Sheet

Cheat sheet to help you demystify Twitter and learn Twitter best practices!

Twitter Guide for State and Local Leagues

Through your Twitter feed, you can share all of the wonderful work you are doing, elevate the work of other Leagues who are on Twitter, and form relationships with others working on the same issues as the League.

Online Communications Resources

There exists a wealth of blogs and resources on best practices in social media and online communications. Here are some that we recommend for tips on blast emails, social media, blogging and more!