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The Big Lottery Fund has revamped its website to allow the public to suggest ways in which Lottery money should be spent.

The site, developed by media group Twofour, has been created as part of the Lottery Fund’s consultation around its public spending, known as Big Thinking.

The Big Thinking site features video of existing lottery funded projects as well as a discussion board and areas for visitors to submit their own ideas.

David Clarke, head of public sector at Twofour Communications, said the site would provide feedback for where to allocate future funds.

“Social network marketing is an effective way of targeting groups and individuals, allowing us to engage in an entertaining way and driving traffic to the site,” he said.


Published 17 December, 2008 by NMA Staff

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