The social network Facebook allows its users to invest in publicity and to promote posts, events and other types of content so as to reach a segmented audience.
Instagram is the second most popular social network in Spain, after Facebook. With 600 million users, it is the most successful social media website among young people and teenagers.
These data have been published by the 2017 Global NGO Online Technology Report, in which more than 4,908 NGOs from 153 countries were surveyed.
Digital communication is becoming increasingly visual. Emoticons help to create a link between the message and its audience and, in many cases, increase the interaction with your posts.
Content and style are two important elements. You also have to keep in mind some tricks for coming first in search engine results.
The 2016 Global NGO Online Technology Report are statistics that show how are non-governmental organizations using the latest technology, particularly the Internet, to connect with their target groups and donors. Read about a rapidly developing part of the Third Sector.
Before images and videos can be shared on social media, they have to be converted.
Muevala is a social network that is devoted to help the currency of goods through the whole world and for a low-cost.
An example of how to access NGOs' services.
Throughout its 45 year history the co-operative credit society "Engineers Fund" has been and remains today an entity committed to society. The "Engineers Fund", in accordance with these values and an awareness of the key transformative role that NGOs play in our society, offers options to the entities which have this legal status within the sector.
Ducksboard is a dashboard that can help you organize and track different data to help easily manage you NGO.
YoruFukurou is an application for Twitter than allows users to manage and personalize their NGO and personal accounts a once.
NGOs and other non-profit organizations must reinforce and reestablish their identity as a powerful and recognizable brand. Communication is very important for non-profit organizations, between each other and to the public. Otherwise, how else would NGOs be able to differentiate themselves from each other?
Facebook is one of the most popular websites on the internet. With over 500 million members in about 7 years, it would easily be considered the third largest country in the world, even ahead of the United States!
is an online social network for business professionals. It's different than other social networking sites, because it is designed for professional networking
- connecting with potential partners or finding a job - rather than simply making friends, sharing photos or music.
A free and easy way
to promote your NGO is through Facebook
. With over 500 million active users, it is necessary that NGOs
utilize the social network to promote their goals and activities
. However, on Facebook are three options - a Profile
, a Fan Page
and a Group
- and it is crucial to know which one will best serves your needs.
, launched by the Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, offers an unprecedented hub for non-profit groups and organizations
: it aims to be a social network for social causes
Nowadays, using social networks to spread activities of an organization is becoming increasingly common. Facebook, with more than 400 millions users worldwide is a good way to reach public.
"Do your good action for the day every time you connect to the Internet. Collaborate for free with an NGO, changing your homepage."
A few days ago, we were updating two new tools to improve parental control about the infantile use of the Internet. We are sharing a presentation that we prepared for a group of parents. Iwith.org is neither specialized in security on the Internet nor on children education. But we have a lot of experience about the use of the Internet and how kids use it.
Nowadays, your mobile can help you from being threatened. In Kenya, Ory Okollo created a website, named Ushahidi.com, to denounce social and political violence, murder, torture and sexual abuses.
was created in 2007 with a very specific target: offer translations services for NGO's and non profit oragnizations.
Due to the Open Source Software International Day, Iwith.org recures on web management systems for NGOs and moreover about GONG, a new tool.
Some time ago, we told you about how Electronic Books
represent an improvement in the access to culture. For this reason, every year we organize a Literature Contest
which is aimed at uploading the selected works of authors, mainly unknown. This situation is being called into question by the EU, who blames multinational Google
of heading towards becoming a monopoly. The multinational argues their interest is “to help people find books”.
Many times you will need to publish an e-mail address on your website, but then become quickly overwhelmed by SPAM and junk e-mails. We have tricks that can help you if such problems develop.
Laboratorio de Innovación social published an article which illustrates social sector's position regarding ITCs.