This webinar recording is 44 minutes in length. This video was produced as part of the Digital Heritage Lab ― a digital skills development programme for small to medium-sized heritage organisations in the UK and was funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund as part of the Digital Skills for Heritage initiative.
Resources tagged with behaviour
Kizzie Burkett, Account Manager at international arts and live entertainment marketing agency AKA looks at how we can apply behavioural economics to the arts and entertainment sector.
The second of a series of four blogs by Creative Coach Auriel Majumdar exploring the impact of Coronavirus. Written in real time over April and May 2020 they look at how the new reality is affecting us as individuals and those around us. Each blog also gives tried and tested practical strategies that help us … Read more
The future doesn’t look bright for brands. This seminar paper blows a number of myths out of the water to persuade us that branding is not enough any more to attract and retain customers. The arts needs to be less ‘corporate’ and instead rethink how they want to deliver highly attractive products (beautiful spaces, fantastic … Read more
Discover the eight elements that are included in successful social marketing interventions in this toolkit from the National Social Marketing Centre.
This article from the Business Insight team of MediaCom Edinburgh considers Big Data. It questions whether access to more granular data will actually just prevent marketers from seeing the wood for the trees and stresses the point that simply gathering more and more data is not necessarily the answer.
This exploration into public behaviour highlights a number of emerging societal and consumer trends. These are divided into four segments – scientific, social, emotional and spiritual – resulting in a holistic picture of the consumer, an insight into ‘tomorrow’s people’ and the need to develop brands that empower people.
A demonstration of the value of ethnography – how to interpret outcomes rather than needs in order to understand the drivers for attending the arts. Siamack Salari argues that it can provide new insights into the way that consumers interact or engage with the arts and includes interviews with a couple of arts attenders, finding … Read more
This non-arts case study demonstrates how an innovative behaviour change campaign from the Scottish Government and The Leith Agency led to a 50% increase in women acting early on the symptoms of breast cancer by going to the doctor. In an advertising first, the campaign boldly used images of real women’s breasts with visible signs … Read more
In 2010, after seventeen years in arts marketing, Jan McTaggart opened up a greengrocer, Clementine of Broughty Ferry, with her business partner Carole Sommerville. In just three years, Clementine has built up a loyal and varied customer base (they deal with around 78,000 customer transactions a year). In this article for CultureHive, Jan makes observations … Read more