Our experience shows that telling stories about art and cultural heritage in a compelling and fun way is quite an effective method for engaging the potential audience. Besides taking care of positioning in browsers, we promote our articles via social media and link them to the app stories. The crucial points are a lovable or disturbing cover picture and intriguing title, as well as linking other related stories both via highlighted links in the text and recommended articles.
Among our most popular articles ever, you will find an amazing story about Van Gogh’s sister-in-law, medieval killer rabbits, the world's most beautiful tiaras, Victorian erotica, badass women in Greek mythology, and male nudes.
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