Having a plan lets you look at your social interaction comprehensively and see how it fits into other engagement and marketing goals. Plus, it makes it really easy when the social media handler gets sick and the box office has to use that Twitter thing until they’re back. Ask YOUR audience. Your people may favor a particular site or want something in particular. The only way to know this is to ask them. Don’t neglect this step. Yes, I, social media guru and queen of all Instagram, have great ideas and can … Read more
If your office is like our office, there are a small group of people running the show. With only a handful of people in my office, we have to plan ahead on schedules, programming, concerts, who will be running the box office when the box office manager is on vacation, who’s bringing the donuts to the staff meeting, etc. Well, maybe not the last one, but you get the picture. Planning is important. So, if you have front of house plans and marketing plans and subscription plans, you should also have a … Read more
It was only a matter of time until I shared a great idea from the site that may have served as inspiration for ArtsHacker, and that day has arrived. Do you organize by color coding? In this post on Lifehacker from December 3rd, Whitson Gordon found a chart of 22 colors by Kenneth Kelly that are easy to tell apart. Besides being a possible productivity hack, I’m thinking this is handy tool for a task like choosing colors for venue seating charts. Bonus: look at this comment on the Lifehacker post for RGB values!