South African online lottery company Wildlifewins.com has launched in the UK.
Describing itself as "a cause-oriented for-profit organisation dedicated to raising awareness of, and funds for, serious conservation projects around the globe", Wildlifewins.com says that it will offer a £14 million weekly online lottery.
Children's charity Childline has spent £400,000 on its Web site, according to Revolution magazine.
Revolution magazine reports that Childline has spent £400,000 in redesigning its Web site. New features developed by agency KMS include a search facility that can interpret children's slang and misspellings.
Reverse billing rise could extend options for charging for online content.
Mobile network operators are about to increase the limit for reverse billing from £1.50 to £5. This could significantly expand the opportunities for organisations, including charities, charging for their digital content.
Research and analysis organisation the Future Foundation has announced nfpSynergy, a think-tank for the voluntary and community sector.
Part of the Future Foundation stable, nfpSynergy will focus on knowledge, future trends and the use of new technology. It will aim to provide ideas, insights and information to help non-profit organisations thrive in a changing world.
Christian Aid has selected an agency to handle its search engine optimisation strategy.
Christian Aid has selected Airlock to review its search engine optimisation strategy. The agency will also create a template-driven system to allow Christian Aid staff to enter meta data on pages they create so that they can be better registered on search engine sites.
Two out of three workers at Victoria Station gave complete strangers their company password when asked to in a survey about computer scruples at work.
The survey found the majority of workers "forward unsavoury material to co-workers", "download material on leaving", "give passwords to friends & colleagues" and "were willing to pass friends competitive information".
The Kage Partnership's annual salary survey shows that direct marketers have gained the highest salary increase over the past year.
Recruitment consultantants the Kage Partnership have published their fundraising salary survey which is based on the fundraising vacancy details of over 150 charities which have used their services in the year to January 2002.