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.
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.
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.
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.
This is a post from our Inside Twitter series that aims to cover everything you could ever want to know about Twitter. This week we look at how to write great content for Twitter.
This is a post from our Inside Twitter series that aims to cover everything you could ever want to know about Twitter. This week we look at how to promote music on Twitter.
As soon as someone ‘Likes’ your event’s Facebook page, your posts and page activity will show up on their news feed so there are more opportunities to engage with them. So the more ‘Likes’ on your event’s Facebook page, the better! But what can you do to help increase the number of ‘Likes’ that your event is getting?
Adding social sharing buttons to your email newsletters or flyers, can help your content, news or special offers to spread between friends naturally. We’ve collected the necessary code and helpful guides to help you get started straight away.
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?