Our experience shows that telling stories about art and cultural heritage in a compelling and entertaining way is quite an effective method of engaging potential audiences. In addition to taking care of positioning in browsers, we promote our articles via social media and link them to stories in the app. Crucial points are an adorable or disturbing cover image and an intriguing title, as well as links to other related stories both via highlighted in-text links and recommended articles.
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