First and foremost, we have received a lot of constructive feedback and the good news is that people are finding what we do useful. As part of this, it has reinforced that our real strength lies in our conversational approach to discussing the merits of internet communications for charities and community groups that, quite rightly, would rather focus their attention on core activities.
We do not advocate the use of social media and other web-based tools for the sake of it, nor do we focus our attentions on elaborate e-marketing campaigns; our focus is on awareness-raising and providing opportunities for people to discover the potential uses of internet technology within the context of their day-to-day work.
It has been this approach which has been most valuable to those with which we have worked to date. It has acted as a spring board for further work around the development of a communication strategy for these voluntary sector organisations and how only the most relevant online technologies - a subjective and case-by-case notion, I appreciate - can be incorporated in to this.
This is not to say that there aren't areas for development and improvement; there always will be. It's clear that our offering will have to shift and adapt to those with which we work, as well as the wider changes that occur within the sector as a whole.
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