Digital Communications Conference Highlights

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The excellent Digital Communications Conference is taking part in London today, and there’s an abundance of great tweets emerging on #DigCommsConf.

The conference offers industry expertise and networking insight for charities, not-for-profits, the public sector & low-budget organisations, looking to increase the impact & ROI of their digital communications. The event has a brilliant programme and line-up of speakers. Sadly team Empower weren’t in attendance, but we enjoyed following the fantastic online coverage by attendees.

Below are some valuable insights, and to see who was there, James Coltham has compiled a Digital Communications Conference Twitter list.

https://twitter.com/karinab/status/723093073165750272

A good series of insights on social video – an area we’re doing a lot in, and a topic we posted on yesterday: 10 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Facebook Video.

We’ll be updating this post through the day.

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