conferences

So You Attended a Conference. Now What?

One of the great things about ArtsHacker is that when contributors present at conferences (like Drew McManus and Ceci Dadisman recently did about Google Analytics), they can easily point attendees back to our website full of practical tips and tricks to help them put knowledge into practice. But it’s not always so easy to adopt a new concept once the conference high wears off and the the daily grind kicks in. Fortunately, Hélio Vogas at Smashing Magazine published “How To Transform Your Next Conference Takeaways Into Real-Life Results” on October 22nd, outlining … Read more

show on the road

We’re Taking The Show On The Road To The 2016 @ArtsMidwest Conference

Three ArtsHacker authors will be leading a pre-conference session at the 2016 Arts Midwest conference (@ArtsMidwest) in Milwaukee on Tuesday, 9/13/2016. The session, Click. Click. Done. Developing Your Google Analytics Skills, has already generated a great deal of interest and they are allowing attendees to sign up through today or until all of the spots are filled. Panelists include Ceci Dadisman, Marc van Bree, and Drew McManus and if you’re attending the conference please be in touch to say hello or talk shop. As a bonus, you can also connect with ArtHacker’s … Read more

Worth a Look for Arts Organizations: Small Business Travel Rewards Programs

If you ever have employees or artists traveling to or from your organization’s home city, your organization should be earning small business travel rewards whenever possible. Many hotel chains and airlines have rewards programs specifically for business entities that are separate from the loyalty and rewards programs for the individual traveler. The good news is that both the traveler and the business or organization that pays for the travel can earn rewards in the separate programs on the same flight or hotel stay. These programs are built for organizations that have regular … Read more