Charity Digital Views
Mike Buonaiuto, Founder and Executive Director of social change agency Shape History, argues that it's time for the traditional charity video campaign to evolve - here's how.
CAF's Rhodri Davies asks whether charities should be willing participants in an 'attention economy' where brands compete to exploit potentially unhealthy online behaviours.
To kick off our #CharityDigitalViews series, Charity Digital News Twitter followers shared their shortfalls and pitfalls when it comes to digital transformation.
John Onion, Managing Director of digital marketing agency upriseUP, argues that competition for paid Google searches is diminishing the effectiveness of charities' online fundraising campaigns, restricting the amount that goes to good causes.
Matt Broekhuizen, Managing Director and Founder of Table 19, looks at some of the issues facing young people in the online world, arguing that more needs to be done to shield children from its dangers.
Rhodri Davies, Head of Policy for Charities Aid Foundation, explores what the emergence of unique digital assets will mean for the charity sector.
Mike Buonaiuto, Founder and Executive Director of social change agency Shape History, explains how charities can be agents of positive change this Pride using social media and digital storytelling.
Sally Dyson, Head of Digital Participation, SCVO, argues that charities' approach to data collection and storage is holding them back from truly making waves with their data.
Mandy Johnson, Chief Executive of the Small Charities Coalition, explains why the game of netball has a lot in common with digital projects- and what charities can learn from it to give them a sporting chance.
Kathy Valdes, Managing Director of digital skills provider Digital Unite argues that a digital credentialing system is the way to recognise valuable volunteers and motivate people to share their skills with the charity sector.