Quelles stratégies pour les musées sur Internet ? Entre " click and mortar " et " mortar and click "

Abstract : Many companies now use the Internet as part of a click & mortar strategy. This strategy is also used in the museum field, but its consequences have not been evaluated yet. A quantitative study carried out on a sample of 388 visitors, at the Bibracte Museum (France), indicates that the quality of an internet website, as well as the satisfaction and trust experienced by Internet users when browsing, have direct positive influence on word-of mouth and the actual museum visit. It seems therefore appropriate to integrate the internet website to the whole management of cultural and artistic activities, without forgetting to take into account the specificities of this particular field.
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Jean-François Notebaert, Mathilde Pulh, Rémi Mencarelli, Laurence Graillot, Dominique Bourgeon-Renault, et al.. Quelles stratégies pour les musées sur Internet ? Entre " click and mortar " et " mortar and click ". Management & Avenir, INSEEC/Management Prospective Ed. 2011, 4 (44), pp.147-164. ⟨10.3917/mav.044.0147⟩. ⟨hal-00950587⟩

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