Ensuring your charity’s social media activity reaches as many end-users as possible can be a tough task.
From tweaking tweet lengths to mastering Facebook tone, to using the right hashtags at the right times, there’s plenty to consider.
One of the most important aspects to get right is timing of activity. Happily, this infographic from workplace and online payroll company SurePayroll uses the firm’s research to suggest the best and worst times to post – information that could be hugely valuable when it comes to your social media activities.
Performance visualisation platform has announced discounts for UK charities on yearly subscriptions
Funding is available to organisations keen to do more of the good work they do, whether it’s buying equipment, hiring new talent, or progressing with business development plans
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has rolled out a new UK website with the aid of the Torchbox agency
Via regular meetings the network will aim to boost digital skills and social media usage