Save the Children's Ettoré Rossetti, Director of Digital Marketing & Social Media for Save the Children USA, emailed me an infographic on the impact of the Syria crisis on children. As you can see, the design is a bit edgy - and its part of new multi-channel campaign that hopes to
Facebook Gifts launched with the ability for you to buy something meaningful for a friend or family member on the social network. I've tinkered with it a bit and have bought a few gifts, including a bonsai tree and Starbucks gift cards.
For those who are doubters here are some of my favourite charities who understand the value of digital media and know how to use digital mar
Daniel Melbye's insight:
Certainly they are the exception and that is why I highlighted them because they show what is possible. New media can be effective and hopefully other charities will start using the opportunities they provide.
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