We got early access to the 2017 Global Trends in Giving Report being published today, so I've read through and picked out five of the most interesting digital trends.
A recent survey found that the charity sector is “significantly unprepared” for GDPR. In this blog I look at four of the key changes to take note of.
Tech and digital present a lot of opportunities and benefits for education, and I'm wondering what it could mean for training and the way we learn.
Twitter's new update has made profile pictures round, but worry not, we've made a template you can use to make sure your picture still looks great.
I’ve written a few blogs about campaigning recently, and I thought it might be helpful to give some background on my own experience in campaigning.
As social media becomes ever more popular, hashtags are increasingly significant. But they can also be difficult to get right.
Campaigning is the bread and butter of a lot of charities. Upskilling the sector on online campaigning could help us all to live in a fairer, safer, happier world.
Blogging is a great way to communicate online, which is why I’ve done some research to bring you the key info about four free blogging platforms.
This blog is just me sharing some top tips for great inbox management, to help you deal with the deluge!
On Fancy Guppy's birthday, I’ve been reflecting on a lot of things about working in this area, this questions is one of the things that came up.
This is my rallying cry for anyone that has experienced imposter syndrome working in the tech/digital sector.
Recently someone asked me to help them go digital with their calendar, and I thought that actually other people may find this of use too, so I'm sharing it with you :)!
We’ve been participating in a ton of Twitter chats so we could tell you which ones we liked best, but then I thought first we should talk about what a Twitter chat is!
We’ve made a social media calendar that you can use to plan your social media posts for the month. And you can download it for FREE :)!
As it comes to the end of the year, we're looking at the best of the (many) fabulous ways that non-profits have used technology and digital for good this year.
I think email is getting a really hard time, and actually a lot of the problems we have with it won’t be solved by the alternatives suggested.
Recently, I spoke at a North Birmingham Social Enterprise Network meeting, organised by iSE about social media and digital strategy for third sector organisations.
Recently I spoke at a NetSquared Midlands meeting about the benefits to non-profits of using digital, and why they don’t.