The organisation of activities, workshops, conferences, courses or seminars is a common everyday task for non-profit organisations. We can tell you about a few tricks to maximise your performance using the tools provided by the internet.
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.
Inspired by James Humes: "The art of communication is the language of leadership," we have been thinking about a perfect tool to help make a presentation that keeps the audience interested.
Leandro Fernández Miró wrote an article in CiComunica titled Haiti, NGOs and Communication, which I found interesting and worthy of sharing. Leandro presents critical arguments of the media during times of crisis, and presents an alternative way to improve journalism. The following is a summary of the most important and controversial parts of the article ...
or micro-blogging. In other words, the possibility to post on your account short messages of 140 characters maximum. More verbal logorrhoea, concision and especially massive amount of links. Twitter is like helping information, improving its spreading.