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26th June 2015 Sara Lock

Resources tagged with "introduction to marketing"

AMA Conference 2015 Marketing Essentials Collection

This conference collection brings together practical tips and advice on reaching different target groups, having productive conversations with your audience and more.

By Nija Dalal, Kate FeldPublished:2016 Type: article


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Introduction to Marketing – Impact Hub, Caracas

This resource is a write-up of a presentation given online by Heather Maitland at the Impact Hub Caracas, Venezuela on 19 June 2015. It is an introduction to arts marketing which looks at target audiences and different communication tools; Heather describes nine ideas for effective arts marketing.

Published:2015 Type: guide-toolkit


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Guide to measuring return on investment (ROI)

Discover what ROI is, how to use it to your advantage and how it can and should be applied to the marketing choices we make as we plan.

By Carol JonesPublished:2015 Type: guide-toolkit


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The Touring Marketing Map

A step-by-step tool for marketing a tour. Produced by the AMA for Arts Audiences 2014. Funded by The Arts Council/An Chomairle Ealaion.

By Arts Audiences, Arts Council of IrelandPublished:2014 Type: guide-toolkit


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How to promote live music

Generator is recognised as the UK’s leading music development agency and, among other projects, it runs Mapped Out, a development programme for emerging live music promoters. Generator has set up a touring network and supports promoters with practical audience development and marketing.  Bob Allan organises Generator's programme of advice sessions, master classes, training courses, seminars, conferences and showcases for UK talent. In this guide he provides the do's and don'ts of promoting live music in rural areas.

Published:2014 Type: guide-toolkit


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Building a loyal online community

JustSoFestival is an annual weekend-long camping festival for children and their families. Since the first festival in 2009, it has almost doubled in size, from a capacity of 2,600 in the first year, to a sell-out of 5,000 in 2013.  With no money for advertising, the festival has grown through online and offline word-of-mouth. In this case study, Katie Moffat speaks to Rowan Hoban, co-founder of JustSoFestival, about the ways in which the organisers' online activity - website, Facebook and Twitter - has been utitlised to promote the festival.

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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Making community engagement part of your marketing strategy

Ten top tips for social marketing - an outline of key things to consider when developing and delivering an audience development campaign.  

Published:2013 Type: guide-toolkit


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How to start a conversation with a mass audience

Starting in April 2011, the Museum of Modern Art in New York asked its visitors to fill in notecards  "I went to MoMA and ..." to describe their experiences of the museum. With the simple tools of cards, pencils and tape to stick the cards on to the museum's lobby wall, the project turned into the museum's longest-running campaign engaging with tens of thousands of MoMA visitors and appearing in print, digital and billboards. This case study sets out the process and outcomes of the campaign.

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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This Way Up – a guide to arts marketing planning

A practical hands-on guide to writing a marketing plan and building audiences, aimed at people working in small scale organisations with limited marketing resources.

By Caroline GriffinPublished:2013 Type: guide-toolkit


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How to work with arts ambassadors

What makes a good arts ambassador?  How useful can they be as a marketing tool for your organisation? How do you get started on recruiting ambassadors that will bring real benefits?  With top tips and words of caution, this step by step approach to promotion and development through ambassadors will offer the tools you need to generate real impact.

Published:2013 Type: guide-toolkit


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How to get your audiences and visitors to take greater risks

We're in danger of not listening to our audiences enough, and under-estimating what they want from our organisations.  This guide brings to the fore some of the issues around WHY we should encourage our audiences down different paths, exploding some of the myths around the dumbing down of artistic content.  See where the synergy exists between audiences and artists who want to take risks, and learn how to take your audiences and visitors on a journey to discovering new experiences.

Published:2013 Type: guide-toolkit


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How to develop believable copy

An essential guide to communicating effectively with your audiences and visitors, creating copy that will be listened to, understood and believed.  With tips on avoiding overused words and cliches, and making your copywriting sound personal and engaging, this guide can help you to refresh your approach to creating dialogue with existing and new audiences that will enable long lasting and deeper relationships to be developed.

Published:2013 Type: guide-toolkit


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A framework for your digital marketing strategy

Learn which social media techniques, sites and tools are appropriate for your organisation in this transcript of Susan Hallam's session at Digital Marketing Day 2009.

By Susan HallamPublished:2013 Type: guide-toolkit


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Visual persuasion – choosing the best images

Heather Maitland looks into research showing that images are the most powerful tool we have - working in some unexpected ways. Effective images need to trigger pre-programmed, emotion-laden responses to visual cues and here we discover how to choose images that will do that.

Published:2013 Type: research


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