I’m running a survey about how arts and culture organisations are using Facebook.
The main things I want to find out are:
- whether organisations have noticed any effect from changes Facebook has made
- what they’re planning to do in the future
The resulting report should make for interesting reading. The survey’s been open all week and as well as quite a divergence in responses, the ‘Any other comments?’ section has resulted in some fascinating observations.
So far there’s been a great response with a good range of museums, orchestras, venues and theatre companies – from the very small to the very large. Most are from the UK but some US and European organisations have responded too. To pick a few names at random – National Theatre of Scotland, London Symphony Orchestra, Faber & Faber, Britten Sinfonia and The Other Way Works.
If you complete the survey then I’ll send you a copy of the report once I’ve pulled together the findings. I’m likely to blog about it here but, to guarantee a copy, sign up to the One Further mailing list.
Please fill out the survey and, just as importantly, pass it on. The more organisations respond, the better the findings.
If you’re reading this in an RSS reader or in your email (maybe also on a mobile) then it’s possible it might not show up right. You can access the survey directly here: http://bit.ly/FBartsculture.
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