By Fabio Weissert @Fabio_online, Digital Communications Officer, World Intellectual Property Organization @WIPO Say it in 280 characters or less and say it well: that is the Twitter challenge. The opportunity is reach to a broader audience. An often-overlooked tool to […]
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By Oana Lungescu, @NATOpress, NATO Spokesperson New Twitter followers are not always a sign of surging interest in what NATO does. In August 2017, thousands of new followers for my @NATOpress account were evidence of a developing front in hybrid […]
By Gisella Lomax @GisellaLomax, Head, Social Media, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency @Refugees Our global UNHCR social media community, including language and country Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts, is greater than 10 million people. With 2.5 million followers on our […]
By Cecilia Calatrava, Communications Advisor & Olga Aristeidou Communications intern at European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (@EBRD) For the EBRD, social media used to be something of an afterthought in our communications output. Nowadays it is central to the […]
By Sam Waterton @SamWaterton, Social Media Content Strategist for @UNICEF A quick glance at @UNICEF’s Instagram feed will show you the pure breadth of our work. Just like a gallery, we’re curating the best content from our programmes and country […]