This week we are in Vail, Colorado for the LEAP ROUNDTABLE and under pressure to deliver our Revenue Generating Event Calendars message to a room of senior executives from the newspaper industry. I’ll be reporting back live from the event with presentations and learnings. Here is the deck I presented today to 40 newspaper executives […]
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.
What’s really changed in clubbing promotion over the last few years? Depending on who you ask, it’s everything or nothing. Here are our pre-event marketing tips for clubbing promoters.
Here’s our guide to creating a targeted email campaign for your business and an explanation of the benefits
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.
Mobile marketing for events offers a way to get your event details directly to your potential attendees while they’re on the go.
If you’re an event promoter who has started using Google Plus, you’re probably wondering how you can create Google Plus events or use Google Plus as a promotional tool for your upcoming events. Here are some steps that can help you on your way.
Newsletters are great for keeping in touch with your customers and building awareness around your upcoming events. But how do you make sure that you’re getting the most out of your newsletters? Read on for a few top tips and great examples…
A great sponsor increases your event’s audience and brand reach, which is why all kinds of events from music festivals to comedy nights, from plays to exhibitions are teaming up with sponsors these days! The first step securing a fantastic event sponsor is to know what to look for, so read on for three key points to consider…
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.
Local customers are usually the most loyal clientele a business will ever have. Traditionally, local marketing has favoured offline methods of publicity but that’s all starting to change.
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?