It goes without saying that charities must be engaging with supporters – old, new and potential – on Facebook. That means sparking up conversation and not just using the social media platform as a bulletin board.
One way of achieving this is by working with social media ambassadors and influencers to raise profiles and engage with audiences.
Handily, Social Misfits Media has drawn up an infographic that aims to assist and inspire charities when it comes to working with influencers.
Erin Niimi Longhurst (@ErinNiimi), Communications and Social Media Advisor at Social Misfits Media, discusses why your charity should be on Instagram, and how can you make the most out of the platform?
A new report published by the House of Lords Select Committee on Charities has outlined the role digital technology can play in the future success of charities
New report make number of recommendations while praising work of charities
Half of charities surveyed said they do not have a digital strategy and only 9% said they have been through digital transformation and embedded it