Category Archives: Event Marketing Tips

Tips for Hosting Private Events

by Raegan Jickell

You want to get the most out of your space. And making a little extra money on the side is always a plus. A great way to do this is hosting private events. This also keeps your business relevant during slow seasons. Here are tips for hosting private events at your venue. 1. Structure and Resources When people are looking for a venue to book, they look for a number of things. A venue that is un...

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Helpful Nonprofit Event Tips

by Raegan Jickell

Planning a nonprofit event has its own uniqueness. The goal is to raise enough money to cover the cost of the event and then some. Your event should inspire attendees to donate more. A checklist of planning needs and resources is important because your nonprofit’s success is riding on your event. Events that inspire participation and make an emotional impact are the most successful. But you must...

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Top 4 Event Failures to Avoid

by Raegan Jickell

No one wants to have their event looked at as a joke. Mismanaged events can become quite the disappointment. And when attendees are disappointed, that can cost you money and your reputation. It's important to learn from the mistakes of past events. By doing so, you can prepare for any obstacles that may come. Here are four common event failures to avoid to make sure your event runs smoothly. 1....

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Event Planning – Tips for Social Media Promotion

by Paymon Kashani

There are a great many websites that help promote your event, such as YouTube, Facebook, and Spotify. These platforms can help individuals find and narrow down events of their interests. Researching which event platforms best suit your stakeholders.

Social Media

Popular websites such as Facebook and Twitter can help you find individuals with similar interests as those attending your eve...

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Process to Create Event Theme

by Raegan Jickell

When people attend an event they want a memorable experience. Attendees wont just settle with just having some entertainment and good keynote speakers. Event themes can make your event stand out and create a great atmosphere. Also, event themes can help you direct many of your planning decisions. Here is how to create event themes that attendees will adore. 1. Brainstorm First, the event plann...

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Facebook Marketing Perfected

by Raegan Jickell

Facebook is a great outlet to market and advertise for any event. But it is hard for most to get their event in front of the right audience. Event marketers want their Facebook ads to have a great return on investment. This takes you knowing how to leverage the platform’s accurate audience targeting and top quality ads. Here are three tips to help event marketers get the most out of Facebook mar...

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Reach The Right Audience With Event Marketing

by Raegan Jickell

In event marketing you have to plan, perform, and perfect your tasks. This especially applies when selling tickets. To make sales increase you need a marketing plan that encourages early interest and can maintain popularity until sold out. Here are a couple of tips on how to turn event-goers into actual paying ticket holders. 1. Identify Target Audience There are a few questions you need to as...

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How Instagram Can Boost Event Experience

by Raegan Jickell

Everyone loves to be visually pleased. Hence why we are always on our phones looking at Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. But Instagram is the real heavy hitter in being the one app that gets more user engagement. This can benefit you as an event planner to make a better event experience. If you think about it, an event is nothing but picture perfect moments. Pictures and videos help us as event g...

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Crowd Management Procedures for Event Planners

by Raegan Jickell

It is always a good sign when your event is buzzing with attendees. But with a great turnout comes important crowd management. With a mass amount of people in a limited size venue there is a greater likelihood of injury, disorder, or damage to property. As an event planner it is your legal obligation to make sure all attendees and staff are safe. Here are four crowd management measures event plann...

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How FOMO Benefits Event Planners

by Raegan Jickell

FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) is a sort of social anxiety that occurs when one is concerned with missing a social interaction, experience of value, or monetary gain. With so many opportunities to engage, an individual feels pressure to connect to the perfect experience. Event planners can use this to create urgency to attend their events. Here is how event planners can build FOMO into their event mar...

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