By adding a few useful and compelling features to your event’s website, you can dramatically impact your event registration turnout in the long run.
Category: Event management
If you’re not familiar with social media aside from the sporadic personal or business update, opting-in to showcase your event on various social platforms can seem intimidating at best or like extra work at the least. However, it’s one of the easiest ways to ensure your event receives the visibility it should!
Finding sponsors for an event, no matter how small or large, can seem like a daunting task. Sponsorships are a step toward success though, as events with sponsors benefit from the extra exposure, support, and funding they wouldn’t have on their own. A long-lasting sponsorship with the right business can have a tremendous impact on … Continue reading Event Success: Finding & Keeping the Right Sponsors
LinkedIn boasts over 500 million users, yet most planners forget about this professionally-oriented platform when marketing their events. This social network is perfect for promoting professional events (like the 14 events we host on SignMeUp's online event registration system each year) and social events alike. LinkedIn users tend to be wealthier than the users on … Continue reading 3 Ways to Use LinkedIn to Increase Event Registration
Why It’s Not as Simple as Posting the Same Content on Every Account (In the first part of this series, we talked about which platforms are good for event marketing. Review it here so that this makes sense.) Last week’s cheat meal has something to teach you about promoting events. We’re big foodies, so hang … Continue reading Part 2: The Event Planner’s Guide to Dynamic Social Media Marketing
(Need online event registration? Find us on signmeup.com.) Everyone will tell you that social media is important, but few will address how overwhelming it feels to start using it with all the social platforms available—especially in the context of event promotion. We won’t hesitate to break the pressure you may feel: You, the event planner, … Continue reading Part 1: What Event Planners Should Know About Social Media Marketing
One of the favorite parts of my job as the IT director of the Chicago Marathon was being at the finish line. I helped certify three world marathon records during the time I worked on the event (1997–2003). I also was there as the last finishers crossed the line. "Harnessing the energy and enthusiasm of … Continue reading 5 Race Director Mistakes That Hurt Participants