Over the years, YouTube has grown into way more than a place to upload cat videos. In a way, it's become a new breed of "television" that lets people interact with the things they care about. This could be music or even nonprofits.
Imagine what life would be like if you weren’t able to make your own decisions. Take a minute and step into the shoes of a young woman who doesn’t share the same power to make choices the way we do in the UK.Save the children are moving into the plan space - focussing on girls and choices. Quite an interesting and engaging tool to bring the issue to life though. It's the first email from Save i've really taken an interest in for a while.
END THE CYCLE OF POVERTY AND DISABILITY - End the Cycle promotes the human rights and empowerment of people with disabilities living in the world's poorest countries. We are a movement to help End the Cycle of poverty and disability.
An insightful, useful post by James Carson on content marketing | A couple of weeks ago I was on a panel to discuss the role of content marketing to coincide with the release of Econsultancy’s Content Marketing Survey Report.
The mobile market is huge throughout the globe and constantly reshaping how we interact in our everyday lives. The following infographic from Trinity shows the stats behind this growth and the impact that this has on commerce.
Hello - got this email this morning from Plan and now they seem to be trending on twitter... l
We’ve just launched a new FB app Education for Girls that allows you to find out which of the top 50 children’s books you have read. The app also gives you the choice to purchase a virtual personalised book for just £3, with the money going to help some of the world’s poorest girls complete their education. The personalised books are placed in a virtual library and shows how your money is helping.
Why not take a stroll down memory lane to reveal how many popular childhood books you read growing up! To download the Facebook app go to www.facebook.com/planuk
I know lots of you are avid tweeters so if you’re on Twitter today please tweet #FavouriteChildhoodBook [insert your book title and why] @planuk bit.ly/LMxmZT