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How do I write, implement, and monitor a digital content strategy?

Introduction Creating content that audiences can consume online is now part and parcel of the way organisations operate. There are plenty of different content types that organisations can embrace, including articles, podcasts, videos, and much more. The heritage sector is no stranger to content – content is all about storytelling and heritage organisations have a … Read more

How do I budget for content creation and sharing?

Content creation can be costly, whether you’re generating it internally or using external partners. In this article, we share advice on how you can budget effectively and some cost-saving tips that can help along the way. Whilst it is costly, it can reap massive benefits. From raising your profile, to securing new supporters and members. … Read more

What do I need to do before I share personal data online?

Step-by-step guide Data Protection compliance is everyone’s responsibility and vitally important when sharing digital content online. From collecting personal data as part of an oral history project to sharing the names of participants in a community project — it all falls under UK Data Protection law. This 10-part guide will explain what you need to … Read more

How do I find rights holders for content I want to share?

In terms of copyright law as outlined in the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, using a work online is no different to reproducing a work within a book, magazine, on TV or any other product. Material shown online and/or without a copyright symbol “©” does not mean that it is ‘public domain’ and freely … Read more

Data protection checklist

Data protection checklist Know your data Are you posting personal data? The data relates to a living, identifiable individual Are you a ‘data controller’? We decide what data we are collecting and what we do with it We have self-assessed whether we need to register with the Information Commissioner’s Office Know your high risk data … Read more

How do I share content ethically and legally online?

Sharing content online is a great way to engage your audiences – and to attract new ones. A good online presence can help you reach visitors and researchers who couldn’t otherwise view your collections – addressing some of the limits of opening hours, geographical distance and accessibility. This guide will explain some of the legal … Read more