Best of the blogs: using online comments, the benefits of networking, 'new and shiny' isn't everything, and making the most of conferences

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Feedback is essential for charities but recent debates have questioned the use of online comments, says James Brown, strategist at Public Zone.

Read Brown’s blog

If you are serious about raising as much money as possible and developing your charity career, networking is essential, believes Rob Woods, an independent trainer.

Read Woods’ blog

There is a temptation in the sector to think that "new and shiny" is better than tried and tested, says Sir Stephen Bubb.

Read Bubb’s blog

Expert fundraiser Craig Linton picks out seven tips for making the most of conferences, including preparing in advance and not being afraid to ask questions.

Read Linton’s blog

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