Lessons Learnt As The Digital Strategist For An International Coalition And International Event
Sorry about the infographics quality - blame Piktochart
When I looked out of the airplane window, as we flew over the Amazon - I noticed the fields, and the little amount of trees.
Luckily for an area of Amazon the size of Wales will be saved, by the efforts of the Size of Wales campaign.
I don’t know who their financial backers are; but for each Facebook Like they gain - they also gain a £1 to go towards Amazon rainforest protection.
So - find a rich person - get people to like you - and maybe focus on nationalism(certain defined local areas) to get people to act.
Don’t just share a campaign with everyone - Share it with everyone that matters.
Imagine if we could just as easily share a local campaign or organisation with everyone in a small town - without having to resort to going through our social media list one by one.
Everything is a Remix.
This excellent 4-part documentary looks into how creativity is just a remix and how this has caused problems for social evolution.
It is worth watching as it strengthens your awareness of remixing campaigns that have a creative streak.
Watch the whole series at http://www.everythingisaremix.info/watch-the-series/
Stories and myths are a strong conversation tool for NGO’s. The guy behind the creative side of Story of Stuff explains why.
Via Casper Ter Kuile
What are the laws regarding protestors that are 5 inches high?
Full article on the Russian protest http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/jan/26/doll-protesters-problem-russian-police
Creativity and Play: Tim Brown, within this 27min Ted Talk goes into how play, aids him and his team in designing products.
Could this also work for creating engaging campaigns and having a greater engagement with supporters.