Conference events can be costly for organisers, but promotion that encourages high volume ticket sales are key to ensuring that such speaking or networking events are successful.
Sporting events, music festivals, food festivals, street parties, outdoor live music events and rooftop barbeques – the possibilities for hosting and promoting an outdoor event are vast.
All the hard work you put into building awareness around each event would be so much more worthwhile if your audience kept coming back for more! We asked Inel Tomlinson from Kinetic Comedy what he does to keep his audience engaged. Read on for his expert tips…
With over 300 million Twitter users worldwide, there are tons of potential event attendees out there for any event marketer that can reach them… but how do you? Read on for four simple Twitter tools to help you grow your event following…
If you’re using Twitter to build awareness around your events and reach new people, you’ll love these four free tools that’ll help you manage, analyse and get the most out of your event’s Twitter community…
Facebook is now an established channel for most marketing professionals, but many still struggle to optimize their pages to bring the greatest rewards. But with these tips you don’t have to!
In this blog post Evvnt is looking at some of the ways that can help you to promote events on a budget.
While posting photos or running a poll with past attendees can provide useful feedback, audiences are likely to be more interested in what rewards or special offers are available. Read on to find out how to reward your event attendees and keep them coming back.
While there is an obvious incentive to run promotions before your event, it’s easy to forget that post-event marketing plays an important role in the overall marketing of your brand and events. Post-event marketing reminds people what a great time they had at the event, encouraging them to plan to attend future gigs.
On the 22nd of March, the Evvnt Marketing team visited the B2B Marketing Expo at the ExCeL London. And as we got to explore and learn so many new and exciting things we would like to take you through our day at the B2B Marketing Expo at Excel London!
Managing ticket sales are essential to running a successful event. If you’re new to event promotion or planning a small, independent event, there are lots of useful tools available to sell event tickets online.
With the advent of social media sites and mobile marketing , the rules of event promotion have changed and that can be confusing. Here are the 5 bases you should cover to stay in the game.