Our Top Posts of 2015…and a Look Ahead to the New Year

In 2015, we saw extraordinary growth for our business, and on our social media channels. As a way to celebrate the old and ring in the new, we’re rounding up the top posts of 2015 on our Instagram and Twitter. Read on to find out what resonated with our audiences this past year, and get a sneak peak at what’s in store for 2016.


Our followers love our art history mash-ups on Instagram. Below are our top nine posts of the year:

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Our top eight Twitter posts were also full of our art history mash-ups, which we featured every weekday afternoon. But the surprising post was our #3 — the tweet for our popular slider, “The Ongoing Transformation of Museums,” promoted during #AAM2015.

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Are you ready for 2016? We are!

2016 is upon us…and we’re gearing up for another exciting year of museum adventures! We help museums meet the challenges of the 21st century with strategies proven to bring in new audiences, attract new donors, and re-imagine museums as inclusive, engaging, and relevant spaces. We demonstrate that museums can bring in new audiences, make learning accessible and fun, and showcase amazing stories — using proven interpretive strategies, sound research, and respect. You can read our Year in Review to learn how we helped museums, grew our business, and turned museum haters into museum lovers during 2015.

We’ll also be bringing you all-new content for our blog and social media channels. Starting in January, we’ll be featuring regular posts on our Facebook page, including:

  • #TipTuesday showcasing best practices and useful tips to help increase engagement and social media prowess at your museum;
  • #ThrowbackThursday to case studies on team building and audience development; and
  • #FridayFunday featuring new art mash-ups, history as told by Tumblr, and more!

We’ll also be featuring brand-new content on Twitter and Instagram. Our blog will continue to grow with articles on audience development, social media, engaging millennials, team building, and interviews with museums and related professionals around the world. Be sure to follow us to get all the latest on museum ideas, team building, and fun art and history humor!

Do your #museolutions include bringing in new audiences, developing engaging programming, and increasing your social media reach? We can help! Find out about our consulting work with museums, or email us at info@museumhack.com.

Originally published at museumhack.com on December 31, 2015.

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