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Social media is changing and so should we

As the years have passed, working in social media has become more and more complex. Digital freelancer Rebecca Givens is here to tell you that, you can not – and should not – do it all.

Published: 2022 | Resource type: Article

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A quick guide to social media for the arts

Katie Moffat, Head of Sector Engagement (Europe), Substrakt shares successful social media examples from arts and cultural organisations. Full of ideas and inspiration to help increase engagement with your content and connect with your audiences.

Published: 2021 | Resource type: Article

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Audience interaction through social media #DigiLab

In this #DigiLab blog Charlotte Angharad Long from Metro-Boulot-Dodo (MBD) talks about her third experiment — to develop Instagram Stories — and the impact the Digital Lab has had on the organisation’s approach to social media.

Published: 2021 | Resource type: Article

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Webinar: Social media essentials

In this Digital Heritage Lab webinar recording Annie Andoh provides an introduction to the essentials of developing a social media strategy — how to plan and create content that will help your organisation flourish on various social media platforms. With case studies for inspiration, Annie explains the strengths of the main platforms — Facebook, Twitter ... Read more

Published: 2021 | Resource type: Webinars and films

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Webinar: How to Improve your Engagement on Social Media

HdK Associates explore how to optimise user engagement across the key social media platforms. Including how to pivot your social media during Coronavirus. With: Hans de Kretser, Director; Phoebe Cleghorn, Digital Marketing Manager; Freya Ruane, Marketing Coordinator and Hannah Gagen, Advocacy Manager, SOLT and UK Theatre

Published: 2020 | Resource type: Article

Let’s get digital #ADA

The second blog by Jaysika Dennis (Communications and Marketing) at Inspire: Culture, Learning and Libraries as part of her Fellowship at the Audience Diversity Academy 

Published: 2020 | Resource type: Article

Digital Lab. Byard Art. Experimenting with paid promotion.

The second blog by Francesca Ramsay, Assistant Manager at Byard Art as part of her Fellowship at AMA Digital Lab.

Published: 2020 | Resource type: Article

Digital Lab. The Palace Theatre and the Opera House Manchester. Blog 2. Using Instagram TV.

The second blog by Abigail Henry, Marketing Communications Officer at The Palace Theatre and the Opera House Manchester as part of her Fellowship at AMA Digital Lab.

Published: 2020 | Resource type: Article

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Instagram: how to build a following for the arts

Velo Marketing shares its top tips for building an engaged following on Instagram.

Published: 2016 | Resource type: Guide/tools

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Going social (training video)

This training video explores how to integrate social media into your current marketing activity and how to build online communities. It will provide practical tips on using Twitter and Facebook and guidance on how to evaluate your success.

Published: January 2014 | Resource type: Guide/tools

Walrus on the move

Discover how an integrated marketing campaign can minimise disruption – and maximise positive coverage – when a popular museum exhibit is loaned elsewhere. This resource describes the experience of the Horniman Museum and Gardens, whose taxidermied walrus paid a temporary visit to Turner Contemporary, Margate. The museum’s campaign around the missing exhibit raised awareness of ... Read more

Published: 2014 | Resource type: Case studies

Maintaining successful profiles across multiple social media platforms

London’s Horniman Museum and Gardens has a very visible and varied social media presence, posting a wide variety of content to multiple platforms. In this case study, Adrian Murphy, digital media manager at the museum, explains how a digital team of just two people manages this prolific social media activity.

Published: 2013 | Resource type: Case studies