Charities & Digital Media
Expert advice, commentary, case studies and tips on how charities can use digital media to campaign for change and communicate with supporters, including web sites, social media and mobile communications.
The UK's digital champion tells Ben Cook she thinks charities need to invest in their websites in order to survive
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The breast cancer charity launched the second part of its ambush awareness campaign to encourage more teens and young women to check their breasts
The director of digital at Fleishman-Hillard explains why Save the Children's #blogadesh campaign hit the mark
Accessibility charity AbilityNet warns that as many as 90 per cent of charities do not make their sites accessible to visually impaired people
Mirella von Lindenfels says sometimes charities have to change the record when they campaign
The chief executive of the Media Trust tells John Plummer its Big Lottery Fund award is good news for small charities
Umbrella group says the publication is moving online because members prefer that
Rachel Hawkes on Social Media
Rachel Hawkes: Google+ is going to offer lots of opportunities for charities to connect with supporters
The new social media network might not be open to business just yet, but charities should already be planning how they can use it, says our online columnist
- Rachel Hawkes: Top 10 tips for social media success for charities - part two
- Rachel Hawkes: Top 10 tips for social media success for charities - part one
- Rachel Hawkes: Mainstream social networks have the potential to help raise funds
- Rachel Hawkes: social technologies can help charities fundraise and gain supporters
- Rachel Hawkes: New online regulations will have serious repercussions for charities using social media
- Rachel Hawkes: Charities shouldn't use social media just to talk about themselves
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