Including... Facebook's Small Business Grants Programme, email marketing benchmarks, and Museum of London's Now That's What I Call Nostalgia campaign.

September 22, 2020
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Katie Moffat

Hello stranger! We've been away but now we're back, with a packed edition of The Digital Snapshot, a round-up of digital news, advice and good reads, all as relevant to the arts & culture sector.

In case you missed it, last week we released the first full findings from the digital survey, which has been running across over 100 arts & culture websites to find out more about who, why and how audiences have been engaging with digital content during Covid. You can read the analysis here.

And remember, as always, we can help you with your digital challenges. Examples of projects we're currently working on include a digital marketing strategy for a major heritage organisation, training and mentoring for a range of organisations, and supporting the development of an in-depth digital strategy for a music hub. Please do get in touch if you'd like to chat about how we can help.

Updates

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Distracting // entertaining

Good Reads

  • Some of you may have watched the recently released The Social Dilemma on Netflix, Verge has a good piece which references the programme and sensibly argues that the answer to the very real issues thrown up by social media platforms may be a bit more complex than just telling people to delete Facebook.

That's it for this issue, we are taking a break for the summer but remember that we are here to support you with training, research and consultancy, so please do get in touch. You can find all past editions of the Digital Snapshot here.

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