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Conference Alert: National Arts Marketing, Development & Ticketing Conference, Chicago

Who wants to get away to Chicago? Granted, that’s a silly question because everyone wants to visit Chicago, it’s a fabulous city and on July 30 and 31, National Arts Marketing, Development & Ticketing Conference is in town. ArtsHacker editor-in-chief, Drew McManus, and senior contributor, Ceci Dadisman, will be co-hosting one of our most popular conference sessions: Click. Click. Done. Must-Have Google Analytics Settings And Reports. When: Wed, July 31, 9am -10am CT Where: Navy Pier Conference Center, Room 302 Session Description: Without a doubt, Google Analytics does all sorts of great things, but … Read more

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Coming Soon To A Conference Near You! 2019 Installment

Conference season is in full swing and there are several opportunities to attend sessions and meet up with ArtsHacker’s regular contributors. We’ve nearly doubled the number of conferences over the first half of 2018, here’s a current list of where you can find us through the first half of 2019: Chorus America, Chorus Management Institute Dates: January 18-20, 2019 ArtsHacker: Ceci Dadisman, FORM Session: Marketing & Communications Association of Fundraising Professionals Dates: January 30, 2019 ArtsHacker: Ceci Dadisman, FORM Session: Market Smarter, Not Harder: Using Your Own Data To Achieve Communications Success (Webinar) West … Read more

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Conference Alert: #NAMPC 2018

The next ArtsHacker run conference session is this Sunday, Nov. 11, in Seattle for the 2018 National Arts Marketing Project Conference (#NAMPC). ArtsHacker editor-in-chief, Drew McManus, and senior contributor, Ceci Dadisman, will be co-hosting a session on Everything Tech Providers Wished You Knew About Writing An RFP (Plus The Stuff They Want To Keep Secret). Session Description Wouldn’t it be nice to have enough confidence to know if the proposal you get from tech providers is a meaningful bid or just a bunch of techy BS? Wouldn’t it be swell if you didn’t … Read more

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