A rèir an Albannaich, bhuannaich Gabhain Mac A Ghobhainn iomairt an aghaidh Facebook. Mealaibh ur naidheachd! ‘S dòcha bidh mòran ùidh aig duine a-nis gus eadar-theangeachadh na Gàidhlig air Facebook a dhèanamh?
The Power of Facebook. Facebook campaign goes viral – Over 17,000 people have responded to this Facebook campaign in only 5 hours! The campaign originated in Inverness, Scotland. An effective Social Media Strategy and Policy of use could have helped to mitigate some of the apparent damage. A new Facebook community page called Boycott the Royal … More A Scottish Social Media ‘Disaster Story’ in the Making for Inverness Hotel! #UncleWillie
The Scottish Independence Referendum: The Campaign on Social Media in May #indyref According to independent research from Brandwatch, a key finding of their research for May 2013 is that those who would vote ‘Yes’ accounted for 73% across both male and female social media users. A detailed analysis for the previous month is available using … More The Scottish Independence Referendum: The Campaign on Social Media in May #indyref
A facebook group was created in February 2012 to create awareness of their campaign to erect a statue dedicated to the memory of Tom Weir of the STV series “Weir’s Way”. Between their Facebook page and their Facebook group, the campaign now has over 2500 followers worldwide and they are halfway to reaching their goal. … More Tom Weir Statue Facebook Campaign
Sarah Bolland, the owner of Glasgow’s only Gaelic coffee shop – Coffee and Craic – has surpassed her crowdfunding target with one day to spare thanks to over eighty people who pledged between £5 and £100. Crowdfunding is a relatively new method of sourcing donations from contacts in your social networks (from for example Facebook, Linked-in and … More Crowdfunding success for coffee shop Gaelic lessons