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This information is very useful when determining what the type of content we share and to measure how efficient it is in pushing us closer to achieving our mission. It also allows us to target those who would be most willing to support our campaigns in a way that won’t be repetitive and that won’t “flood” your e-mail inbox or your news feed.
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