The first in our series of Charity Digital Insights events took place last month, focusing on social media best practice for charities. It featured presentations by experts from Cancer Research UK, Rethink Mental Illness and Beating Bowel Cancer, along with charity communications guru, Zoe Amar (you can check out our full write up of the event here).
We took the opportunity of having all these great charity minds in one place to put together the video below, featuring each speaker’s top social media tips – from having an out-of-hours presence to making your content as shareable as possible.
Join us for the next event, Keeping Data Safe, on 19th November at London Marriott Hotel, Kensington. Once again, the evening will feature presentations from charity experts, who will share their own experiences and offer practical advice. The events are free for registered charities, but places are limited, so book your place here now.
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