In their own words:

Organizations on
The History List
“The History List is quickly becoming a pioneer on the
web for historical institutions. Everything we are looking
to share...
“The Massachusetts Historical Society offers most
more than 100 public programs and events each year.

What makes The Hist...
“Each year, Historic New England presents hundreds of

public events and programs at dozens of sites in five states.

Unli...
“There are plenty of calendar services available online, but only The
History List caters specifically to the history comm...
“I will say, your calendar is the best online calendar I’ve

submitted event information to. I will definitely upload
our ...
“I just heard about The History List and can't believe I
didn't know about this amazing resource sooner. Clearly,
it will ...
“I'm incredibly impressed. I do a ton of these events calendars and I
dread them because a. they are all different b. they...
“I'm always looking for new ways to promote our events
and programs and it seems like the History List is a great
place to...
“If readers aren’t familiar with The History List, it’s an
easy way to promote your events online in very clever
and engag...
“This is so cool. The History List has events ("bring you face
to face with history") listed on its website according to d...
“@TheHistoryList Just "discovered" you! What an asset to
SM and history. TY.”

Jane M. Mason
Director of Communications an...
“Thanks for the invitation, love to and love your idea
of promoting historic events!”

Granite Falls Historical Society
(G...
“Check out this fantastic website for The History List!
I love this concept—all history events, all the time.
What a great...
3 reasons your organization
should participate
on The History List
Reach a larger audience
The History List is
national.
Users can find events
nearby or for a weekend
trip, or plan a vacati...
Simplify entering and managing
events on your site
Enter your events on The
History List and embed the list
in your site.
...
Help build a resource we can all use
The History List
o
o
o
o

Free
Copy-and-paste simple
Nearly unlimited text, pictures, and videos
Anyone—staff, interns, vo...
 Learn more and get started with The History List

For questions: Editors@TheHistoryList.com.
For updates: TheHistoryList...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Organizations on The History List

1,921 views

Published on

Quotes from several organizations who use The History List to publicize their organization and events.

The History List is national. There is no cost to add history-related organizations and events. Users can find events nearby or for a weekend trip, or plan a vacation to another region of the country.

Social sharing to Facebook and Twitter, and add to calendar functions are built in. Copy-and-paste simple. Nearly unlimited text, pictures, and videos. Anyone—staff, interns, volunteers—can enter or edit. Enter your events on The History List and embed the list in your site. Looks like your site. People never leave your site. It’s like embedding a YouTube video. No programming skills required. Multiple people—staff, interns, volunteers—can enter your events.

For more information and to get started: www.TheHistoryList.com/getting-started


Published in: Travel, Technology, Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
1,921
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1,479
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Organizations on The History List

  1. 1. In their own words: Organizations on The History List
  2. 2. “The History List is quickly becoming a pioneer on the web for historical institutions. Everything we are looking to share with the public is at our finger tips, easy to use, and well thought out.” Jodie McMenamin Development Officer USS Constitution Museum
  3. 3. “The Massachusetts Historical Society offers most more than 100 public programs and events each year. What makes The History List different is its targeted approach. It is an easy-to-use online resource that connects history enthusiasts to history-related events and programs.” Carol Knauff Director of Communications Massachusetts Historical Society
  4. 4. “Each year, Historic New England presents hundreds of public events and programs at dozens of sites in five states. Unlike other event-listing websites, by focusing exclusively on history, The History List connects our events to a highly targeted audience and helps that audience understand the full range of our offerings.” Rob Watson Marketing Manager Historic New England
  5. 5. “There are plenty of calendar services available online, but only The History List caters specifically to the history community. Their event-listing services are intuitive and easy, their creators are smart and friendly, and our ability to communicate with like-minded individuals and institutions about our events and programming has never been easier because of them. I’d tell any history-related organization, if you aren’t using The History List, you’re overlooking an extremely useful and effective tool.” Matt Wilding Media & Content Manager The Freedom Trail Foundation
  6. 6. “I will say, your calendar is the best online calendar I’ve submitted event information to. I will definitely upload our 2013 events, and share the site when possible.” Tara Richards Marketing and Program Director Brucemore (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)
  7. 7. “I just heard about The History List and can't believe I didn't know about this amazing resource sooner. Clearly, it will be a boon to museums and historic sites as locals will use it to find events close to them. But it will also be good for travelers.” Monta Lee Dakin Executive Director Mountain-Plains Museums Association Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming
  8. 8. “I'm incredibly impressed. I do a ton of these events calendars and I dread them because a. they are all different b. they don't give enough flexibility (different hours on different days for example) and c. I'm forever scrolling or hitting enter or doing some other forbidden action that messes up my entries or causing me to get red errors all over the place. You even let me change font size, bold my text, etc . . . You've created an easy to use, flexible, attractive site.” Anne Grasberger Volunteer Goschenhoppen Historians Henry Antes Plantation and the Goschenhoppen Historians Folk Festival
  9. 9. “I'm always looking for new ways to promote our events and programs and it seems like the History List is a great place to do it.” Laurie Nivison Director of Marketing Historic Deerfield (Deerfield, Massachusetts)
  10. 10. “If readers aren’t familiar with The History List, it’s an easy way to promote your events online in very clever and engaging ways.” Max A. van Balgooy President of Engaging Places A consulting firm working with historic sites, museums, and other cultural institutions
  11. 11. “This is so cool. The History List has events ("bring you face to face with history") listed on its website according to date - and if you input your city, it will also tell you the distance from your home. So you can find fun events (or if you are a history-related organization, post fun events) with as much information as possible.” Lauren Muney Silhouettes By Hand, on Facebook
  12. 12. “@TheHistoryList Just "discovered" you! What an asset to SM and history. TY.” Jane M. Mason Director of Communications and Marketing Western Reserve Historical Society (Cleveland, Ohio) on Twitter
  13. 13. “Thanks for the invitation, love to and love your idea of promoting historic events!” Granite Falls Historical Society (Granite Falls, MN) on Facebook
  14. 14. “Check out this fantastic website for The History List! I love this concept—all history events, all the time. What a great resource for travelers who are interested in heritage tourism.” Steph McDougal Founder of McDoux Preservation (Kemah, Texas) on Facebook
  15. 15. 3 reasons your organization should participate on The History List
  16. 16. Reach a larger audience The History List is national. Users can find events nearby or for a weekend trip, or plan a vacation to another region of the country. Social sharing to Facebook and Twitter, and add to calendar functions are built in.
  17. 17. Simplify entering and managing events on your site Enter your events on The History List and embed the list in your site. Looks like your site. People never leave your site It’s like embedding a YouTube video. No programming skills required. Multiple people—staff, interns, volunteers—can enter your events. The Kentucky Historical Society uses The History List to power the two calendars of events on their site. One calendar is just genealogy events and the other is all events. They enter their events only one place, on The History List, and any additions or other changes they make show up immediately and automatically on the calendars on their site.
  18. 18. Help build a resource we can all use
  19. 19. The History List o o o o Free Copy-and-paste simple Nearly unlimited text, pictures, and videos Anyone—staff, interns, volunteers—can enter or edit
  20. 20.  Learn more and get started with The History List For questions: Editors@TheHistoryList.com. For updates: TheHistoryList on Twitter

×