Best of the Blogs: the Big Lottery Fund, click-throughs on Facebook, an anti-baby boomer viral and a free e-book

Your round-up of this week's charity-related debate

Stephen Bubb says the sector cannot afford Conservative proposals to cut Big Lottery Fund cash from 50 to 40 per cent.

See Bubb's Blog

Katya Andresen explains the lessons from new research on charities’ click-through rates on Facebook.

See Non-profit Marketing Blog

Marc van Gurp highlights a new viral by an anti-baby boomer activism campaign called It’s All Their Fault.

See Osocio

Conor Byrne recommends a free e-book for charities by Network for Good.

See Conor's Fundraising Blog

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