Eighty-eight percent of arts organizations post job openings online and on social media.
Less than 4% of arts organizations are not currently using social media.
58% of the arts organizations that use social media believe social media is worth the time their organization spends on it.
Thirty-nine percent of arts organizations think they generally embrace new information and communications technologies well.
Among those who do have a dedicated team, about 42 percent have just one person shoveling coal into the social media locomotive’s firebox.
This infographic from O.C. Tanner illustrates appreciation on the job.
Social media duties are treated more as add-on job functions, and don’t often get a dedicated internal team.
This infographic examines bring your own device behavior based on a global survey by Ovum.
There are 3 areas or business units that are most often involved in bringing innovative ideas to market.
Managers in the marketing department were the most likely people to be involved in brand message creation, but many respondents indicated that messaging was developed in concert with other departments as well, including sales.