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Organisational and personal on Twitter
by ECF Discussion Summaries published May 01, 2012 last modified Jun 23, 2015 11:00 am — filed under: , ,
Personality is supposed to be a 'good thing' on twitter, but whose? Where you have several staff/volunteers tweeting from an organisational account, do you explain who is 'talking'?
Located in Networks / eCampaigning Forum / Summaries
Using social media around a stunt
by ECF Discussion Summaries published Aug 05, 2012 last modified Jan 23, 2017 01:51 pm — filed under: , , , , ,
How can you use social media around a photo opportunity, stunt or event to increase your reach and engage your supporters? Tips and advice from the eCampaigning Forum list, plus a short case study from the Move Your Money campaign.
Located in Networks / eCampaigning Forum / Summaries
Targeting tweeting MPs
by Jana Mills published Mar 26, 2012 last modified Jun 14, 2013 06:04 am — filed under: , , , , ,
Save the Children UK made the most of publicly available data, and their own supporter information, to target MPs active on Twitter for their Hunger campaign. Jana Mills explains.
Located in Blog / 2012
Using facebook for a live Q and A session
by Abigail MacDougall published Oct 24, 2011 last modified Dec 09, 2014 11:20 am — filed under: , ,
Abigail MacDougall explains how Time to Change used facebook to foster discussion on tackling the stigma and discrimination faced by people with mental illness.
Located in Blog / 2011
Joining a conversation on twitter
by Jamie Woolley published Dec 12, 2011 last modified Oct 24, 2013 07:40 pm — filed under: , , ,
Jamie Woolley shares learning from Greenpeace UK's experience joining in online discussions of UK TV programmes.
Located in Blog / 2011
Making the most of Facebook insights
by Charlotte Slayford published Dec 21, 2011 last modified Jun 13, 2013 02:27 pm — filed under: , , , ,
Which?'s Charlotte Slayford outlines how changes in the data Facebook provides about your Page allow you to shift attention to the amount and quality of interaction with your audience.
Located in Blog / 2011