AmbITion Scotland is a digital development programme for the arts, heritage and cultural sector in Scotland over 2012-14, funded by The National Lottery via Creative Scotland. Want to get digitally fitter and smarter? Join in!
Engaging with AmbITion Scotland means you can get support - via our Make:IT:Happen Fund, through finding student interns or academic partners and through participating with our learning, resources and networking activities
Video: AmbITion Scotland Webinar 4: ‘Mobile Operator’. Webcast from Glasgow 29.07.10! Talking about making apps for mobile, Gavin Dutch from Loc8 Solutions delivered an engaging introduction to all those in attendance (35 in-person and 55 online!). Watch the video of the event here!
Video: This webinar masterclass looks at how people successfully track the impact of digital communication and social media, and how a social media strategy can be made manageable, and what benefits that all has for an organisation. David highlights some good and bad practices, then shows some tools that will help you track and measure your online impact.
So it seems that social media is coming of age: the ning platform (AmbITion Scotland’s network is run on it) has announced that they are changing from their freemium business model, and ning will now have to be paid for. Read The Guardian‘s report. Facebook have said that they’re thinking of moving to the freemium [...]
Video: This webinar masterclass explores how organisations successfully talk online; why there needs to be different styles of writing; and what different online channels are for suitable for which messages. Occupancy Marketing will highlight some good and bad practices, then show you some Search Engine Optimisation tools that will help your messages stand out from the noise so that you can talk effectively online.
Video: Mike Coulter, Social Media Consultant, reveals how can arts organisations can successfully find out what their audiences are saying about them online. He’ll also share what the tools are that can help organisations keep track, and what are good strategies for responding to both positive and negative online reactions!