How can Heritage organisations lead the conversation on social media? Planning content is key to maximising a charity’s resources. Whilst it might take time to get set up, having a content calendar that reflects the charity’s key messages will lead to more efficient digital comms. 01:30 Introduction 02:30 Session Begins 41:00 Q&A
When time and resources are short, it can be tempting to create content as you go. But coming up with new content all the time is exhausting and not very efficient. This session will help heritage organisations to plan their big pieces of content and give them practical ways of repurposing it easily and effectively. It will demonstrate how to take one blog, article or podcast, and turn it into lots of smaller pieces of content, saving time and budget. 01:50 Introduction 03:15 Session begins 41:50 Questions
Last autumn, the DASH survey gathered the voices of 4,500 staff, trustees, volunteers and freelancers across the heritage sector on how the sector’s use of digital evolved during the pandemic. A year on, Jonathan Chevallier, CEO of Charity Digital reflects with heritage specialists from across the UK on what is next for the sector when it comes to digital. 01:45 Jonathan Chevallier kicks off the session 04:26 Panel introductions 07:25 Discussion begins
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