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What Do You Think Arts Marketers Should Be Talking About?

If you have any interest in helping steer the larger arts marketing conversation, now’s your chance…but you’ll have to hurry. Thursday, March 31, 2016 is your final day to submit either a session proposal or session topic idea to the National Arts Marketing Project’s (NAMP) 2016 conference in Austin, TX from November 11-14. This year’s conference theme is Fueling Change: Across the nation, arts organizations and the communities they serve are in a constant state of evolution. As an arts marketer, how do you successfully maintain organizational relevance while building sustainability in […]

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It’s Official: #ClickClickDone Was The #1 RANKED SESSION Among #NAMPC 2015 Attendees!

It is always gratifying to learn that others find value in your work, to that end, I’m very pleased to share the news that the Click.Click.Done. Developing Your Google Analytics Skills session at the November 6-9, 2015 National arts Marketing Project Conference in Salt Lake City, UT was ranked as the #1 session among session attendees! Working alongside fellow presenters and ArtsHacker contributors Ceci Dadisman and Marc van Bree, the session was designed to be a very hands-on type of experience where attendees put lessons into motion in real time. I published an article […]

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Step Up Your Presentation Game With A Dedicated Companion Site

In the course of preparing for the #NAMPC Click Click Done session, my fellow panelists and I came up with the idea of create a dedicated microsite especially for the session. Dubbed SessionSYNC, it was inspired in large part by The Walking Dead StorySYNC program in that is designed to be accessed primarily through tablets and Smartphones, but unlike the interactive style content for that purpose (such as polls and quizzes), our version was crafted to solve a few logistical and content related problems that typically crop up during these sorts of […]

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Off To Salt Lake City and #NAMPC 2015

I’m en route today to Salt Lake City for the 2015 National Arts Marketing Project Conference (#NAMPC) where I’ll be integrated into several areas of the conference: leading a panel on Developing Google Analytics Skills, providing one-to-one coaching on Inking The Right Deal: demystifying web, CRM, ticketing, and email marketing RFPs, and hosting a Dine-Around event (tonight!) with the discussion topic Understanding The Relationship Between Web, Ticketing, & CRM. In addition to being a great stand-alone topic, tonight’s Dine-Around will also serve as an excellent precursor for the One-to-One coaching on Sunday. […]

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Mastering the Art of Getting Things Done @Americans4Arts #ARTSBlog

If you haven’t been following it already, Americans for the Arts blog salon on arts marketing started up last week and my contribution went up over the weekend. Titled Mastering the Art of Getting Things Done, the post focuses on the need for arts marketers, and I’d go so far as to say arts managers in general, to ease up a bit on the conceptual stuff in favor of doing more to develop specific skill sets needed to implement strategy. The post serves as a good precursor to the #NAMPC session I’ll […]

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