Communications Good Practice
Good practice, case studies, expert advice and tips for charity and voluntary sector communications and PR managers and practitioners, including branding & reputation, advertising & publicity, websites and campaigning for change.
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With restrictions on more traditional channels of communication imminent, charities are becoming more interested in the possibilities of TV advertising, reports Susannah Birkwood
A reworking of its logo and of its messages appear to have improved awareness, writes Susannah Birkwood
While apps can be incredibly powerful for campaigns, charities need to be aware that success relies on their relevance, writes Charlie Lyons
Establishing a dialogue with supporters is the key to the British Heart Foundation's success, says Susannah Birkwood
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Charlotte Beckett, head of digital at Four Communications, on how to best use online networking.
Charlotte Beckett, head of digital at Four Communications, looks at how charities can use Facebook
Charlotte Beckett, head of digital at Four Communications, offers advice on making your charity stand out in just 140 characters
Charlotte Beckett, head of digital at The Good Agency, looks at how charities can use Google+ to their advantage
Expert advice and case studies on using digital media to campaign for change and communicate with supporters.
The animal welfare charity uses media activity to educate owners about how to care for their pets rather than to drive donations, finds YouGov's Briony Gunstone
YouGov's Briony Gunstone looks at how the heritage charity is viewed by the public
The sexual and reproductive healthcare charity does not spend a lot of money or energy on profile-raising to boost public donations, but its brand is in positive shape, according to YouGov's Briony Gunstone
YouGov's Gavin Ellison assesses the impact of the international aid charity's recent media activity, which has been driven by the civil war in Syria and Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
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