In the first installment of AMT Lab's recurring series: The Rabbit Hole, written by Rachael Wilkinson, we dive into video sharing dos and don'ts.
We're looking back at some of Google's most hyped up products over the past decade and checking in on how they are doing today. This week: Google Cardboard and Google Places.
Over the past decade, digital security and infrastructure have arrived at the forefront of the minds of organizations both small and large. In an increasingly digital business world organizations must remain vigilant in protecting the volumes of data they collect. This article examines the baseline considerations for Arts Organizations in relation to managing and protecting both business and patron-side data.
Arts Marketers -- you know the news: mobile is the future and the future is here. Data is necessary to navigate that space, and a recent research report by Jack Loechner breaking down the recent white paper by MobileFirstWorld offers some excellent data on mobile behaviors and strategies to improve on the current national rate of cart abandonment: 78%. To start: here is some startling data that might convince you that mobile is here. Over 30% of the human populations has a smartphone. And once in a user's hand, he checks it over 150 times per day. (Is that you?)
We're looking back at some of Google's most hyped up products over the past decade and checking in on how they are doing today. This week: Google Goggles and Google Glass.
AMT Lab's new editors, Drew Porter and Liz Kane, discuss this year's direction.
Find out all about how arts organizations across the country are currently collecting patron data and some best practices based on a recently administered national benchmarking study.
We're looking back at some of Google's most hyped up products over the past decade and checking in on how they are doing today. Up first: Google Plus and Google Wave.
How can your organization best sort through the seemingly never ending ways to use social media?
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