Facebook recently announced that they are removing Facebook Analytics. Facebook Analytics was a tool that allowed individuals to see how their Facebook followers were interacting with their pages and content. As of June 2021, it is no longer available, but what does this mean for your organisation and your social media data?
Welcome to our 16th social media round-up (we can’t believe it’s already number 16 – where does the time go?). We know how hard it is to keep up with all the changes and new features in the world of social media, so we do the hard work for you. Here’s the latest social media news and what it means for your cause.
Welcome to our 15th social media round-up! We know how hard it is to keep up with all the changes in the world of social media, so we do all the hard work for you. Here’s all the latest social media news and what it means for your charity.
Welcome to our 14th social media round-up! It’s hard to keep up with all the changes in the world of social media, so we scour the internet for you and bring you all the latest social media news and updates.
The charity sector is of course very serious business – with charities addressing issues such as poverty, inequality, abuse and health conditions to name a few. Once a year though it’s perfectly acceptable for charities to have a laugh and not take themselves too seriously. I’m talking about April Fool’s Day, of course! Here are some of the best charity April Fool’s jokes we spotted:
Welcome to our 12th social media round-up. Keeping up with all the changes to social media platforms is hard so we’ve done all the hard work for you! We’ve scoured the internet to find, and curate, the latest social media news – and what it means for your charity.
Welcome to our eighth social media round-up – we’re almost in the double digits! We’ve scoured the internet to find and curate the latest social media news – and what it means for your charity. Enjoy!
We know it can be challenging to get started with Facebook advertising if you haven’t created an ad before, so we’ve created a series of posts to help you improve your advertising skills. Welcome to part one!
A quick look at the most popular social platforms shows that social media has become more visual through the years. As it becomes harder to stand out on news feeds, images and video can help you create more appealing content.
Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that Facebook is changing the algorithm for its news feed to ‘bring people closer together’. Naturally, charities and social enterprises saw this as a negative announcement but we don’t think it is (and we’ll tell you why).
Facebook is the world’s largest social network with over 2 billion monthly active users. With so many people on Facebook, it’s a great way to reach more people, share what your cause is about and even raise money. However, you’re competing with posts from friends and family so how can you ensure your posts not only stand out on your supporters’ newsfeeds but get engagement too? Here are three charities we feel have mastered this.
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