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Marketing your choir via Social Media

These days getting bums on concert seats is not just a matter of a poster at the library and an ad in the local paper. Contacting your audience through email and social media is essential, but can be time consuming, hard to measure, and sometimes baffling!

But you don’t have to be a professional to make it work. Creative NZ has created a range of videos and other resources to help arts organisations take advantage of online marketing, to attract audiences and increase returns. The Audience Connection Optimise webinars range from 15 minutes to an hour long, and deal with such subjects as Email marketing, Social media engagement and how to measure it – and how to make facebook & twitter work to build an audience and engage with it.

Presenter Vicki Allpress-Hill goes through the issues and the options step by step in an easy to follow and practical manner.

All resources can be accessed via Creative New Zealand’s website via www.creativenz.govt.nz and searching for the titles below unless otherwise stated.

1. Webinars and online training: Our free webinars and online training programme for arts and cultural organisations

View previous Optimise videos on YouTube
View previous Optimise videos on Facebook (Online Marketing Facebook Live sessions playlist)

2. Google Analytics Tip Sheet: Vicki Allpress Hill from The Audience Connection shares some of the standard reports and features that can kick start your use of Google Analytics to gain audience insights.

3. Audience Development Toolkit: The audience development tool-kit has been developed by Tour-Makers with venues in mind, but is a useful tool for anyone presenting work. Some content is curated from existing resources, and other templates have been created by Tour-Makers to address specific venue capability- building needs. The tool-kit is continually updated and added to throughout the year and feedback from presenters is welcome.

You will need the following information to access the tool-kit.

Username: TourMakersAudDev Password: tourmakers