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31/05/2018 - NGO, Facebook's new algorithm or how to be relevant in the social network
A priori it would be positive if the social network wants to return to its origins and to be a tool to connect people; the problem is that Facebook considers NGOs as businesses, and therefore, their communications have less and less space.


12/05/2017 - How can NGOs benefit from Instagram?
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.

10/10/2016 - Why are emojis useful for your NGO's social media?
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.

21/09/2016 - Twitter becomes more flexible with its 140 character limit
From now on, the social network will not deduct characters when you mention someone, share a poll or upload an image.

10/08/2016 - How can NGOs get the most out of Pokémon Go?
The unbridled frenzy for the augmented reality game from Niantic has also opened up a new world of opportunities for non-profit organisations.

14/03/2016 - How NGOs make the most of technology and Internet?
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.

22/03/2013 - Google Plus knows how to keep the attention of your audience
You may think that the process of informing your audience via another social media tool (when you already do this through some other services) is a waste of time and Mission Impossible in one, but the reality looks much more simple, especially when the tool you are using is Google+. Improving the World using Information Technology to Help Organizations
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