In a world filled with so many different events to chose from, having a great event description for your event could be crucial to ensuring that people turn their interest into attendance. Writing an effective description is harder than it seems and requires some forethought and skill. Here are six methods for capturing your audience. […]
When it comes to building an engaged fan base, regular interactions like daily status updates and weekly promotions are important, but so are seasonal marketing opportunities like holidays, events and other widely-known annual milestones.
Last year, Facebook officially became the most popular website visited on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Whatever the reason for its popularity at this time of year, it’s clear that Facebook is the ideal way to get the word out about festive events, read on for more of our tips.
Twitter is the ideal platform to create some buzz around your upcoming events and offer special deals or discounts. It’s also easy to target people in your area, so you can be sure that people who are nearby to your event will know that it’s happening.
Love it or hate it, New Year’s Eve is one of the biggest night party nights of the year. Whether you’re organising a massive warehouse rave, a romantic dinner for two or an outdoor event with fireworks, we’ve got some surefire ways to promote your New Year’s Eve events.
Even if you know exactly what kind of event sponsor you’re looking for, actually securing that sponsor can seem a daunting task! Here’s our five step guide on how to land and keep your perfect sponsor…
We’ve crowd-sourced some great suggestions from our LinkedIn Group and received good tips on what are the best ways to organise, market and promote Thanksgiving events.
In the run-up to Christmas, consumers in the UK spend (on average) more money than at any other time of year. Using email to promote events and sell tickets can be a very effective way to boost interest and get people talking.
With Halloween fast approaching, you can expect to see a rise in the number of cobwebbed windows, plastic skeletons and bed-sheet ghosts. However more than any other time of the year, this holiday requires you to think carefully about your audience and make sure your Halloween events and audience are a match.
Whether your nightclub is packed nearly to capacity, or your art gallery is scattered with discerning viewers, it’s important to be able to estimate turnout and attendance at any point during your event.
We’ve crowd-sourced some great suggestions from our LinkedIn Group and received good tips on which are the best ways to promote events on Facebook.
With the number of smartphone users set to soar this year, and the expected launch of new devices, there’s no doubt that smartphones will gain further market share over traditional handsets. Find out how to create a perfect mobile landing page for an event