Adaptistration Turns 14


Today marks Adaptistration’s 14th anniversary and to help mark the occasion, let’s look at the year’s highlights. Audience New readers increased by 1.8 percent. Overall traffic was down, but that’s not a surprise given the previous year’s record setting traffic from the 2016 Orchestra Compensation Reports: Music Directors After filtering out that article’s traffic, the overall difference was a fraction of a percent. Readers by age groups: 25-34: 22.50 percent of …

Read moreAdaptistration Turns 14

If You Liked This…

Adaptistration People 082

Astute visitors may have already noticed the new “Related Posts” function at the bottom of each post. This is one of the newest features related to the Season of Updates and unlike the previous version, this one is learning what to display based on how you surf through content. No worries, there isn’t any sort of IP based user tracking going on. Instead, the function is analyzing when users visit more …

Read moreIf You Liked This…

The All New Adaptistration: Ahead of Schedule!

Adaptistration People 028

Today marks the latest benchmark in the Season of Updates with a brand-new design and layout. Here’s a quick overview of what’s new. Increased Focus On Content The biggest change is the move to a full width layout for all pages and posts. It is the first time the site has been designed without any sidebar content! What that means is you’ll always be met with articles first and foremost when …

Read moreThe All New Adaptistration: Ahead of Schedule!

It’s Time To Turn This Blog Up To 11

Adaptistration People 209

The season of Adaptation Network updates just took things up a notch and jump into podcasting, thanks in large part to push from a colleague who will be my fellow podcaster. I can’t say who she is yet, but soon. What I can say is the podcast will be focused squarely on all things arts management oriented. Phase I of the Season of Updates unfolded nicely with migrating Adaptistration Jobs into …

Read moreIt’s Time To Turn This Blog Up To 11

Why Yes, You Can Add Adaptistration To Your PR List

Adaptistration People 052

A recent inquiry about adding Adaptistration to a PR list made me realize that at one point in time, there was a dedicated press release address but after a host of abuses, it was deactivated. Having said that, you are encouraged to send an add-to-list request via the existing contact form. Just be sure to: include the organization’s name, the nature of the list, confirm you are an employee of the …

Read moreWhy Yes, You Can Add Adaptistration To Your PR List


Subscription Weekly
weekly summary subscription
Subscription Per Post
every new post subscription

Send this to a friend