Introducing Venture Arts Incubator

I’m very pleased to introduce Venture Arts Incubator (VAI), a virtual business incubator and accelerator focused exclusively on for profit businesses that cater to the arts field; everything from retail, service provider, and SaaS businesses will be considered. One of the primary goals is to help new businesses get off the ground and become sustainable by providing crucial resources that offload some of the most costly elements needed to generate revenue …

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Rub-A-Dub-Dub-Dub, Count All The Men In Your Tub

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One of the more common areas of confusion when working with arts orgs and artists on how to get the most out of website metrics is the difference between www and non-www versions of their domain name and how that impacts their data. For starters, “www” is pronounced “dub-dub-dub” (now the title makes sense) but Google doesn’t really care about that; instead, they just want you to set up your Google …

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Salary Shell Game Survey Results

salary range survey results

We had just under 100 responses to the 6/3/15 survey asking readers their opinion on a variety of questions related to the practice of listing salary as “depends on experience” (DOE) in job descriptions and the results are, to say the least, thought-provoking. Respondents The overwhelming majority of respondents self-identified as job seekers and most of those indicated that job listings should include salary ranges. Among those who responded with “other” …

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Neo Classical Turns 11

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Among the long running blogs at Inside The Arts, Neo Classical is one of the eldest and today marks the blog’s 11th anniversary. Founded in 2004, Neo Classical’s current author, Chattanooga Symphony Concertmaster Holly Mulcahy, took over in 2007 and since then has published more than 100 articles about the future of classical music. Although it has always been a popular culture blog destination, 2014/15 has been the blog’s break out …

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The Salary Shell Game Poll

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There’s a fascinating post from Vu Le from the 6/1/2015 edition of Nonprofit With Balls that examines the practice of failing to disclose salary ranges in job listings. Spoiler alert: Le doesn’t find much value; in fact, he comes up with eight detailed reasons why he believes they are counterproductive and recommends that groups embrace what he defines as equity and transparency. If you aren’t familiar with Le’s writing, it is …

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