Heritage Creative

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We design and deliver beautiful and accessible websites, apps and digital campaigns for the heritage sector. Our mission is simple: to create outstanding websites to help our clients showcase, record, preserve and promote the culture, history and heritage that they represent.

As well as the many wonderful organisations, museums, charities and private companies we have worked with, we also have a wealth of experience working with funding organisations which are the mainstay of most heritage work. We have worked on many English Heritage, Lottery Funded and Arts Council supported projects as well as those led by local county councils.

Harry O'Connor
Email: harry@heritagecreative.co.uk
Tel: 01432607575

Visit: www.heritagecreative.co.uk


Heritage Briefing #2: Are you making the most of SEO?
Heritage Creative's second issue of Heritage Briefing explores how museums and heritage organisations can use SEO in order to attract more visitors, increase ticket and shop sales, and generally make the most of their website. Harry O'Connor, Director of Heritage Creative, writes "My experience in both the heritage and private sectors informs me that SEO is indeed being underutilised by heritage and culture sectors and this briefing aims to address that by offering tools that you can use to improve your SEO ranking."
Tags: Increasing Reach | Platforms & Tools | Websites that Work

Heritage Briefing #1: How are your using Social Media?
Heritage Creative's first edition of Heritage Briefing focuses on social media. With Covid-19 meaning most cultural organisations and museums having to keep their doors closed, what we’re doing online has never been more important. Plenty has been written about how to adapt visitor experiences to make them work online, so we thought we’d take a step back and remind ourselves of some of the more fundamental things that sometimes get overlooked. Chances are you’re dashing to put more resource into social media - but before you do, maybe now is a good time to review your approach?
Tags: Audience Behaviour | Increasing Reach | Platforms & Tools