The ability for attendees to interact through social channels is a huge part of successful events.
Here are 4 ways to maximize the social media presence of your next event.
#1: Promote Your Hashtag Everywhere
A hashtag provides everyone with an easy way to find relevant social shares and take part in the discussion about the event.
When you are putting together materials for your event, everything should include the event hashtag.
There’s something about a “real-world” conference that can’t be duplicated.
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When attending a real-world conference, you benefit from the energy of a room full of like-minded people, the ability to grab lunch with a favorite presenter and the opportunities to network with other attendees.
In this article I’ll reveal mobile apps that can help you maximize your time and results when attending your next real-world conference.
Whether you have a small local gathering or a large conference, social media can be used to get the word out in a powerful way.
In this article I’ll reveal 10 creative ways to use social media to increase your chances for a gangbuster event.
#1: Create Video People Will Share
Because events take place in person, they engage the senses in a way online content can’t.
Creating a stellar video with great visuals and sound can not only help drive people to your event, it also increases the chances people will want to share it with friends.
Check out this video from Social Media Marketing World 2013 for creative ideas.
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Social media enables event attendees to connect in powerful ways. Social media can help promote events and empower attendees to share.
This article will reveal 15 ways you can infuse social media into your events.
Creating Pre-Event Buzz
#1: Registration Buzz
You don’t have to wait until the day of your event to create a buzz—it can start at the registration stage. Services such as Eventbrite let your attendees share the event with their networks as they register.