Ben Brandzel explains how integrating communications with 'donors' and 'activists' can pay off, with a case study of Amnesty UK's 'Tiananmen mothers' campaign.
In a decade of campaigning data analysis, the inactive supporter segment has always been the majority of all supporters, usually from 70% to 90%. But it doesn't have to be this way.
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.
You might take for granted that your organisation's staff will take part in your campaigns, but it won't happen by itself. Lotte Deckers Dowber pulls together some tips and advice on involving your colleagues and making the most of their support.
Hugh Mouser outlines six ways ways that your campaign can use the power of online to connect at a local level.
Nikki Whiteman of UK consumer organisation Which? explains how they worked with campaigning group 38 degrees on 'The Big Switch', challenging energy suppliers to come up with a more competitive offer to consumers.
Plain-text email enthusiast Rachel Collinson explains why she thinks html email might finally be worth the trouble.
A high-impact image can make all the difference to a campaign. But what are the implications of making someone the face of an issue? Esther Freeman, a digital campaigner and founder of the Fashion Mob, explains how the decision to curate a photo exhibition confronted her with some difficult challenges about consent.