Resources tagged with data



Google Analytics: Save your reports before access goes on 1st July 2024

As part of the move to Google Analytics 4, Google’s old Universal Analytics website reporting platform stopped tracking data in July 2023. From 1st July 2024 users will lose access to historical data. Nazma Noor, Digital Strategist at Cog, takes us through the different options for saving historical website data with guidance on what to keep.

Next level digital marketing

A collection of resources from the industry-leading arts and culture CRM solution, Tessitura.  These continue the discussion following their Next Level Marketing session at AMA’s Digital Marketing Day 2023. Insight and practical solutions on digital transformation, digital strategy and creating a data-driven culture.

Working with specialist conservation records on a custom database

This is a ‘how to recruit, manage and support volunteers’ guide produced as part of the Digital Skills for Heritage’s Digital Volunteering programme. 1. Project background Garden plants have been a significant part of our heritage since people began to grow them.  They are intertwined with our cultural heritage, sense of place, medicine, cuisine, and … Read more

Recruit and manage digital volunteers to deliver data analysis projects

This is a ‘how to recruit, manage and support volunteers’ guide produced as part of the Digital Skills for Heritage’s Digital Volunteering programme. 1. Project background Building Resilience in South West Woodlands was a four-year Plantlife project (2018 – 2022), to raise awareness of Atlantic woodlands across Cornwall, Devon and Somerset, whilst implementing important management … Read more

iBeholder: new ways to gather data and insight for non-ticketed venues

The iBeholder pilot programme was developed to help discover new ways to gather audience data for non-ticketed visual arts organisations and boost the audience experience.  thrive, Northern Ireland’s audience development agency details everything that happened throughout the project and the insights uncovered.

Making it count: Overcoming the barriers to better grant-making

Grant-making occupies a special place in the finance landscape for the social sector. Grants are the lifeblood of the sector, enabling charities and community groups to innovate, plan, develop and collaborate, often unlocking other income streams. However, not all grant-making currently achieves its full potential. A useful read for grant recipients as well as grant … Read more

Better data on the cultural economy: scoping study

A DCMS commissioned report that outlines ways to strengthen cultural sector data to help ascertain its value and contribution to UK economy and society, enabling effective policy development. By MyCake, in association with the Audience Agency.