Best of the blogs: research that informs your fundraising, the benefits of crowdfunding, improving interaction on Facebook and the benefits of 'share your story' options

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Clara Avery at Macmillan Cancer Support and Claire Routley at the Bible Society explain why research and insight is so important and what you can do to affect your organisation’s fundraising.

Read Avery and Routley’s blog
The Advice for Good blog asks if crowdfunding is a worthwhile fundraising tool.
Read the Advice for Good blog
Collecting Facebook page likes must not be your key objective – the focus should be on improving the interaction with your fanbase, writes Erik van Dorp.  

Read van Dorp’s blog 

Pamela Grow explains the benefits of having a ‘share your story’ option on your charity’s website.
Read Grow’s blog

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