Video: How to get the most from your digital content on social media ― a roundtable discussion

In this roundtable discussion Delphine Jasmin-Belisle, Head of Development and Membership at The Heritage Alliance, is joined by Steven Ash Digital Volunteer at Wentworth Woodhouse in Rotherham, Fr. Brian Watters Curate at St Peter’s Cathedral in Belfast, and Jocelyn Murdoch, Content and Communications Manager at Kids in Museums. This fantastic panel share their experiences of finding, creating and sharing digital content on social media.

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Video: How to get the most from your digital content on social media ― a roundtable discussion

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How can heritage organisations keep up to date with social media content trends?

Social media can boost your heritage organisation’s profile and share your content with broader audiences and communities. In this resource Andrew Davis explains how to make use of digital trends and how to find out about them.

 
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Video: How to get the most from your digital content on social media

Sarah Shaw, Programme Manager at the Heritage Alliance, shares top tips on getting the most from your digital content on social media. Packed full of examples and tools, this video focuses on four key areas for successfully sharing your content on social media: digital content planning, keeping it legal, social media trends and raising your profile.

 
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The leader’s guide to social media

Social media enables heritage institutions and practitioners to participate, preserve and interpret heritage content and practice. It can also support your heritage organisation to market itself and raise awareness of its practice to local, national and international audiences. This guide will provide a brief overview of social media platforms, tips for using them effectively to encourage participation and how they can be used to improve marketing and fundraising in your organisation.

 

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Published: 2022
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Digital Heritage Hub is managed by Arts Marketing Association (AMA) in partnership with The Heritage Digital Consortium and The University of Leeds. It has received Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and National Lottery funding, distributed by The Heritage Fund as part of their Digital Skills for Heritage initiative. Digital Heritage Hub is free and answers small to medium sized heritage organisations most pressing and frequently asked digital questions.

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