Been a busy month at your charity? Here’s 10 charity must-reads you might have missed from around the web.
This month we’ve got SnapChat, fake news, online activism, digital transformation, getting charity leaders on social media and more…
Think SnapChat is just for trendy, young brands? Think again. Find out how The Economist is using SnapChat Discover to engage a younger, mobile-first audience.
Cancer Research are two years into their digital transformation programme to support everyone in the organisation in building their digital skills and knowledge. Here’s what they’ve learned so far on their digital transformation journey.
In an attempt to combat the rise of misinformation about cancer, Macmillan have appointed a digital nurse to combat cancer ‘fake news’ online .
How do you turn a quiz about African geography into 370,000 activists? Discover how The ONE campaign used content to grab people’s attention and turned them into engaged supporters.
Breast Cancer Now have started a personalised content craze for Wear It Pink. Find out how it can increase income, strengthen relationships and just be nice to say thank you.
Couldn’t make last month’s International Fundraising Convention (IFC)? Jo Wolfe and Paul de Gregorio have turned their masterclass on all things mobile and fundraising into this great snack-sized blog post – enjoy!
What does it take to be a successful charity leader on social media? Be bold, says this year’s winners of the Social CEOs Awards.
Does everyone at your charity have an opinion on your website? Seb Baird from the charity Time to Change, recently shared this great outline for a digital workshop to get you and your colleagues on the same page
WhatsApp is everywhere. Find out how it’s crucial to the worlds of politics and activism.