In this toolkit, thrive, NI’s audience development agency, looks at how to segment your audience. It includes why segmentation is important, the types of data you need, what type of segmentation will work best for your organisation and a step-by-step checklist.
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1. Focus on what you want to achieve Do you want to sell tickets to your heritage site? Do you want to update your audience on news from your organisation? Are you fundraising through your membership scheme? It’s important that your goal is clear from the outset before you start creating your email content. This can … Read more
1. Introduction Trying to pin down who your audience is hard enough in person, never mind if they’re audiences online who you might not have engaged with yet. All too often it’s the case that we make presumptions about who these people are – it’s only natural – and speak to just one group of … Read more
This recording has closed captions in both Welsh and English, simply click on the closed captions symbol CC on the video below and select your preferred language. This session recording is 36 minutes in length. This video was produced as part of the Digital Heritage Lab ― a digital skills development programme for small to … Read more
Mae segmentu’n hollbwysig i unrhyw sefydliad sy’n canolbwyntio ar gwsmeriaid, yn enwedig mewn sefydliadau celfyddydol. Dyma ganllaw ymarferol gan Ticketsolve, y darparwr meddalwedd tocynnau a swyddfa docynnau i gefnogi eu nawdd i’r Rhaglen Datblygu Ar Raddfa Fach: Cymru 2022.
Segmentation is crucial to any customer focused organisation, particularly in arts organisations. A practical guide by the ticketing and box office software provider Ticketsolve to support their sponsorship of the Small Scale Development Programme: Wales 2022.
In this session recorded at Digital Heritage Lab’s Digital Skills Day, Katie Moffat talks about the different approaches to segmenting your online audiences and how to use that insight to improve your digital effectiveness. This session was sponsored by The Audience Agency.
The British Museum held the largest exhibition of manga ever to take place outside of Japan. They used the exhibition to successfully reach new audiences and to support a perception shift for the museum. Ella Lewis-Collins, Senior Marketing Manager, British Museum and Sylvie Harding, Research Executive, Morris Hargreaves McIntyre take us through what they did.
Culture Segments is a powerful psychographic segmentation tool developed by Morris Hargreaves McIntyre. It helps you better understand and engage with your attenders and non-attenders. It fuels the engagement strategies of hundreds of performing arts venues, zoos, galleries, museums and heritage organisations worldwide.
This comprehensive guide by Spektrix helps lay the foundations for a successful reopening whether you use their CRM system or something else.