Read our Inside Facebook Guide for event promoters – filled with tips and tricks to market your company on the world’s most popular social network.
For event organisers that do a lot of digital promotion, it can be really useful to collect the contact details of their event attendees. But finding the most effective way for this can be hard. Which is why we have asked some event marketing experts to share their insights.
You probably want people to know about the event you’ve got coming up, not what the most recent visitor had for breakfast. But how do you make the most of your Facebook page for events?
While many promoters and event organisers use Facebook to promote events online, Twitter remains an underused platform for promoting events. Would better measurement and tracking improve usage?
The biggest challenge for businesses is trying to stand out from the crowd in a culture of email and social media overload. Successful marketing is increasingly focused on creating relevant messages.
This post comes from our Inside Facebook series that aims to cover everything you could ever want to know about Facebook. This week we look at how to use Facebook to promote music, gigs and live venues.
Promoting fashion events has historically been the preserve of traditional PR agencies, but guess what, things are changing. After all, we here at Evvnt don’t believe that you need a big PR spend to make your event a success. Here’s our tips for event planners in the fashion industry.
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!
You can’t shake a cat on the internet without passing a Facebook ‘Like’ Button these days. Here’s our step-by-step guide to adding a Facebook Like button to your blog or website.
There are lots of great ways to pub or bar venues to reach out to customers and build a large audience on Twitter. Simply follow these 10 examples of clever tweets to promote your bar or pub venue and you will start to show great results very soon.