A chat I started on LinkedIn and in my Third Sector Geeks WhatsApp group has grown in to a really useful must-read list of books covering digital, service design, strategy, social media and more. Please leave your own suggestions in the LinkedIn comments below.
I’m running a few half-hour social media round table discussions at The Gathering 2017. They’re aimed at those new to social media for third sector organisations. I’ve gathered up some good starting points for you guys: OSCR Social Media Guide Our free guide covers everything
10 UK #socialmedia stats you NEED to know. Appreciate any shares of my ???? everyone.#marketing #comms #PR #digital pic.twitter.com/3dXOtIiKdc — Ross McCulloch (@ThirdSectorLab) October 25, 2016 Gathered from ONS, Department for Culture, Media & Sport and Ofcom data, my short video rounds up the latest stats
We’ve been short listed in @CIPR_Scotland #PrideAwards for our #SocialMediaSanta pressie drive! Current mood: pic.twitter.com/Rqr4x5JC4I — Shelter Scotland (@shelterscotland) July 17, 2015 I’m incredibly excited that #SocialMediaSanta has been nominated for a Chartered Institute of Public Relations Scotland Award. Something that started out as a
Here’s all the slides from Scotland’s leading conference for people passionate about social media for social good. We’ll be back in May 2015 with a fresh line-up of workshops and speakers. Oh and a new title for the event itself, watch this space. Sticky Content:
My role at Third Sector Lab has allowed me to work with a number of housing associations and housing charities on social media training and strategy development. Digital isn’t about asking staff to find an additional four hours a week to ‘do’ social media. Rather
Scotland’s third sector social media conference returns to Glasgow on 5th December 2014. I’ve worked with GCVS to programme the line-up of speakers and workshops – which is pretty damn impressive if I don’t say so myself. The focus is very much on learning, debate
I cannot believe I’m writing a piece on getting everyone in an organisation involved with social media in 2014, but the reality is most charities and public sector organisations are a long way off truly embracing the medium. Technology isn’t really the issue – it