Top tips for getting people to Care for your cause

Since unveiling the Care button in July, over 3,000 charities from around the world have had people click Care on JustGiving….


How to prepare for your ice bucket challenge moment

With both #nomakeupselfie and #icebucketchallenge happening within six months of each other, it’s only a matter of time before the…


Five free multimedia tools to help engage supporters

Social media has opened up a host of new opportunities to engage with your existing audience and to reach out…


Five top tips for using social media to maximise your event

Since they began back in 1992, the Stroke Association’s Life After Stroke Awards have always been about celebrating recovery and…


How LinkedIn could become every charity’s secret weapon

LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network, with over 313 million members globally, and 16 million in the UK alone….


Five things your charity can do to be more transparent

This week Channel 4’s Dispatches focused on telephone fundraising call centres, whilst YMCA England’s director of HR, Bims Alalade, featured…


Three ways to make your email campaign a success

So what makes a good email campaign? Well according to Sam Bailey, UK community manager for global online marketing company…


Responsive email design – the clever part

We’ve already looked at what’s possible in terms of creating a responsive design for your emails, and how important it…


Four top tips for creating a responsive email design

We all know that viewing emails on mobiles and tablets is growing at a rapid rate and that emails now…


Five things to do on Google Analytics

If the thought of deciphering the reams of data on Google Analytics fills you with dread, fear not. Matt Collins…


Five reasons why charity hacks can foster innovation

Jamie Parkins, product  manager at JustGiving, and Dan Cunningham, global director at geeklist and #hack4good, spoke yesterday at the Institute…


How to get your story in the news

So you want media coverage for your organisation? David Ainsworth, deputy editor of Civil Society News, shares his step-by-step guide to…