Best of the blogs: social media, Lord Hodgson's proposals and fundraising-ready websites

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Many small charities know that social media is important, but don't have the time to build up a strong online presence. Marketing specialist John Suart asks if it matters

Read Suart’s blog

Warrren Alexander, chief executive of the Charity Retail Association, says why Lord Hodgson has got it wrong on charity collections

Read Alexander’s blog

Sir Stephen Bubb writes about Lord Hodgson’s proposal to allow charities to pay trustees, and asks if it's right to stop them making their own decisions on the matter

See Bubb’s blog

Even if you have a good system for accepting online donations, donors won’t find it if your website isn’t fundraising-ready, argues Martin Campbell of Blackbaud Europe’s 

Read Campbell’s blog

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