ArtsHacker 2016 Year in Review

Arts Hacker Turns Two!

Hard to believe it’s been two years since ArtsHacker’s launch but Dec 7 marked the two-year mark since the inaugural post on December 7, 2014. And to celebrate, we took our own advice and put together a special Year In Review page that chronicles our highlights, provides all sorts of stats, and takes a look back at risk, reward, and growth over the course of 2016. In the end, ArtsHacker is only worth the value you assign and all of these efforts are for naught without engaged and passionate readers so thank you for ... Read more

It’s Official: #ClickClickDone Session Was A Hit With Arts Midwest Attendees!

We are so pleased to learn that the Click.Click.Done. Developing Your Google Analytics Skills session was a hit with attendees at the 2016 Arts Midwest conference and produced a 95.8 percent overall satisfaction rating! The session was developed by Arts Hacker Editor-in-Chief Drew McManus along with contributors Ceci Dadisman and Marc van Bree and designed to be a very hands-on type of experience where attendees put lessons into motion in real time. The session was a bit different than the typical conference session in that it was 4.5 hours long, an almost luxurious amount of time to spend with attendees in ... Read more
Design Time

Ka-Kaow! It’s Time for Design Enhancements

Since its launch in December, 2015 ArtsHacker has grown a great deal and all of the new content and features floating around have reached a point where they demand an enhanced layout and design in order to make it easier for you to find all of these great articles and reference material. Let’s take a quick tour of what’s new. MEGA MENU NAVIGATION The biggest improvement is the addition of a mega menu, which provides much needed improvement to overall user experience. These are the large panels that fly open when you … Read more

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