Checklist For Promoting Your Event Through Social Media (Infographic)
Promoting your events is now easier than ever. Not only mailing lists, print ads and such, now you can do so on social media. In fact, you should focus your effort on event promotion via social media. Why?
It’s pretty simple really: Social media is THE hangout place for people today. There’s no better place to kick-start your promotional campaign than the place where hundreds of millions of people are socialising on daily basis.
The big question is, how to effectively promote your events on social sites? Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn,… the list can go on and on… and one-size-fits-all approach just won’t work; each and every of them has unique characteristic – not only in the features, but also in the user base.
The bottom line, you need to devise a unique plan for each social site. Now, where to find the tips, guides or checklists?
A useful infographic…
Meetings Four You, who offer conference venues in Oxford and Bristol have been hard at work researching the best ways to successfully promote your event through Social Media. From this research, you will learn different strategies on a particular social media, namely Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google+, and YouTube/Vimeo.
Want more event promotion and marketing tips? Here they are…
This 26-slide presentation offers a wealth of tips and to-dos on using social media to promote your event. The social tools to use, lists of tips on promoting your event on a particular social site, things to do post-event, and so on – the slides are very useful, indeed.
Michael Stelzner, Founder and CEO of Social Media Examiner, shares his practical tips on how to generate adequate buzz to your event using various tools, such as event ticket giveaways, creating event page using Facebook Event, and so on.
The best things in the world often available for free; these apps are also eligible to fall in that category. This blog post (written by me!) shows you 5 apps to help you create and promote your events – for free.
More practical, actionable tips on how to market your event using social media. This is an actual set of slides for a presentation presented by Melonie Gallegos on October 25, 2012 to professional corporate planners at an event hosted by The Performance Group.
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