In our latest case study, PIP-UK - a UK-based charity that raises awareness about Poland Syndrome and supports those that are affected - tell us about their experiences with social media. In particular, they talk about how they have discovered that people have been listening to the news they've been sharing without even knowing that those people were engaged...
So, here we are: Community On Board has been up and running for just shy of three whole months. As we reach this lofty milestone, we thought it useful to pause briefly, reflect and update you all on a few things.
Back in June 2014, we asked a number of charities and community groups to help us out with a short online survey.
Its aim was to get a feel for how the sector was - or was not - using social media and websites as part of every day activity.
Well, we've now had a chance to crunch the numbers and here are some of the things we learned...
Well, here we are; our first ever blog post! There will be plenty more to come over the next few days, weeks, months and years covering a range of topics.
We will also be showcasing some of the great online work already being done by charities and community groups large and small, so let us know as and when you come across examples of good practice!
That's it for now, but we hope you'll enjoy what we have to say in the future, so keep checking back.
We're always up for a chat, too, so just get in touch!