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Video link 'Click bait' headlines and how they perform
by Duane Raymond published Oct 30, 2013 last modified May 23, 2014 07:01 am — filed under: , , ,
Upworthy uses compelling headlines to expose compelling and 'worthy' content to new audiences. This is how they do it, how it works and what we can learn from it.
Located in Insights / Knowledge
Am I following too many people on Twitter?
by ECF Discussion Summaries published Feb 07, 2012 last modified Jan 23, 2017 09:55 am — filed under: , , , ,
Does following 'unimportant' individuals undermine your organisation's image on Twitter? Plenty of arguments why not from eCampaigning Forum list members.
Located in Networks / eCampaigning Forum / Summaries
Clicktivism, collaboration, printers and more
by ECF Discussion Summaries published Feb 16, 2011 last modified Feb 24, 2013 12:41 am — filed under: , , , ,
ECF List Hot Topics - February 2011: catch up on the 'clicktivism' debate, tools and services for online collaboration, environmentally-friendly printers, the wibya toolbar and photo petitions.
Located in Networks / eCampaigning Forum / Summaries
Dealing with online trolls
by ECF Discussion Summaries published Sep 15, 2011 last modified Feb 23, 2013 03:48 pm — filed under: , , , , ,
How do you deal with the persistent attacker on your facebook page? ECFers shared some tips and experiences.
Located in Networks / eCampaigning Forum / Summaries
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
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
Comment SheenaMathieson on Am I following too many people on Twitter?
by published Feb 07, 2012 last modified Nov 11, 2015 10:09 pm — filed under: , , , ,
Yeah engagements are more important. But if you can balance your following and followers that would be great. If you follow too many people, you [...]
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Significant Events in 2006 (Part 2)
by Duane Raymond published Jan 10, 2007 last modified Mar 27, 2013 04:20 pm — filed under: ,
Campaigning Review Part II: Planned and unplanned events in 2006 kept campaigners busy. The implications of some 2006 events will also continue to keep campaigners busy for 2007. This is a look back at what relevant events happened in 2006 that campaigners can learn from or just reminisce about.
Located in Blog / 2007
Video link Social media for organisational change
by Duane Raymond published Apr 11, 2014 last modified May 12, 2014 03:43 pm — filed under: , , ,
We hear a lot about how our organisations can use social media to influence causes, but how can it help us change our own organisations?
Located in Insights / Knowledge