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
Evvnt answers the most frequently asked questions about email marketing and reveals tips on how to succeed with your next email campaign.
Avoiding people’s spam boxes is an art, not a science. Unfortunately, the way spam filters decide if an email is junk or not changes all the time to keep up with wily spammers.
Since YouTube launched over 6 years ago, the video-sharing website has been at the forefront of user-generated video content and video-blogging. It’s clear that YouTube will continue to focus on live events so event organisers and promoters need to be prepared to meet the public demand for video content.
What a wonderful opportunity to present our latest technology offering to US newspaper owners and influencers – here we showcased our Revenue Generating Event Calendars which we believe will generate $100k to $1m+ per newspaper for early adopters in 2019. Inland Chicago Sept 2018 from Richard Green The latest US service we are rolling […]
Building an audience on Facebook is crucial to ensuring that a business spreads content virally. Until fairly recently, many people using Facebook for business assumed that building a great number of Friends or Page fans would ensure success and widespread exposure for a brand; unfortunately it’s not that simple.
Between events you want to keep the engagement going with interesting content and updates so your fans don’t forget about you. These are our tips for clubbing promoters to promote during and after the event!
In recent months, the Evvnt blog has covered the benefits of using different social media platforms to promote events and revealed which are the best services to broadcast live events online; now we are turning our attentions to why video is such a powerful tool to market events.