Instagram is the new Facebook, the new hype. Social networks change and substitute each other fastly, so everyone has to adapt, nonprofits, NGOs and associations included.
A new blog post, an article, a couple of infographics a year. Sometimes our nonprofit doesn’t generate enough content to post daily. The question arises: should my nonprofit retweet its own tweets? How should my nonprofit's Twitter activity be like?
Hootsuite is probably the favourite tool among community managers. Now the platform has decided to help nonprofits create a fairer world online. Don’t miss out.
Is there a life out of the Internet? Yes, there is, and your nonprofit should be there: nothing strengthens a community more than live events. To reach as many people as possible, though, life events need to be shared before, and the social networks.
This social network characterized by simplicity, immediacy and synthesis is very much used by all sorts of organizations.
The report, researched by the Nonprofit Tech For Good with the support of other international organisations, aims to gain a better understanding of how the NGOs use the internet.
The organisation of activities, workshops, conferences, courses or seminars is a common everyday task for non-profit organisations. We can tell you about a few tricks to maximise your performance using the tools provided by the internet.
#WhiteWesdnesdays is a social media initiative launched by the activist Masih Alinejad aiming to empower women and giving them a voice.
There are plenty of companies that offer free tools to non-profits to help them out in the noble causes.
Many nonprofit organisations are on the social media and use new tools and strategies to improve communication. Live streaming of Catalan human towers on Facebook Live, hashtags that become a trending topic… here we bring to you just a few of them!
What are we referring to when talking about digital volunteering? Could somebody spending 80% of his time in front of a computer and 20% in a hospital be a digital volunteer?
For nonprofit organisations, social media can be a space to catch citizens’ attention, connect with the social bases and build up a community. Here we offer you some key elements to secure the commitment from volunteers, using the social media.
A website to support volunteering organizations, launched and funded by the Catalan Government, and managed by the organizations themselves.