A lot of people come through to our website because they’re interested in social media training. We can’t say we’re surprised.
There are so many different ad formats and audience types you can utilise that it leaves people totally baffled.
Here are top things to try if you’re just starting …Read More
Twitter is an online news and social media platform that enables people and organisations to share their thoughts and have discussions with other relevant Twitter users.
It is the third most popular social media platform in the UK with 20 million users, following Facebook and Youtube.
In this post we …Read More
What are Facebook ads?
Charity Facebook ads can reach people in their Facebook news feeds, on Instagram, in the right-hand sidebar of Facebook, and within articles viewed on Facebook.
There are loads of different ad formats available – from carousels for promoting a range of fundraising products or services, to video …Read More
Last night, we held the fifth annual Top 30 Charity CEOs on Social Media awards.
Zoe Amar and I cofounded the annual awards five years ago. Judges selected 30 charity leaders from over 100 nominated as the ones bringing the most transparency, personality and life to their organisations through their social …Read More
Today marks the launch of the fifth annual Top 30 Charity CEOs on Social Media awards.
This is the biggest ever year for the awards. A panel of the great and the good will select 30 charity leaders as the ones bringing the most verve, passion and profile to their organisations …Read More
How many Twitter accounts do you follow that make you stop scrolling through your timeline as soon as you see them?
How many of them are charities?
Sometimes it seems non-NGO accounts are getting braver, brasher and bolder in their approach to social media. Politeness be damned – they know why they …Read More
Introducing New Tools for Nonprofits from Facebook on Vimeo.
There will be way, way more donations
Facebook and Twitter users don’t like leaving the social network once they’re in them. That’s why they both have their own browsers, to help come back after clicking on a link. The fact that you won’t …Read More
We aren’t just talking about who gets the most likes and retweets – that’s always skewed towards the big boys.
Neither do we mean the charities with the biggest, flashest campaigns (great as they are of course).
We mean the charities who are out there every day delivering great content for its …Read More