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Event Marketing Strategy: How To Promote Your Events for FREE

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Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need to spend a fortune to market and promote your events. Regardless of whether you’re hosting virtual or IRL (in real life) events, there are a bunch of ways to maximize event attendance without the risk of sending your brand to the poorhouse.

Here at MaestroConference we’ve been helping our customers host thousands of online events, conference calls, and highly interactive webinars since 2009 with over 8 million participants and counting. Though there are many ways to market events, we focus on the ones we have personally found to be the most effective. These savvy event marketing strategies are not only effective but will also save you from spending a huge amount of money on webinar promotion.

For your reading pleasure and convenience, we’ve compiled a lengthy, comprehensive (read: EPIC!) guide to help with your event marketing efforts, the just-now-published guide, “Event Marketing Strategy: Savvy Strategies to Maximize Your Event Attendance”! Download it here now.

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If you’re not ready to dive into such an epic guide on event marketing strategies, we’ve written a brief snippet below. 

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How Much Does It Really Cost To Run Webinars?

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There is a good chance you’ve attended a webinar before and perhaps you’ve wonder ‘just how much did it cost to put on this event?’ You may have plans of conducting your own webinar and you’re wondering how much it will set you back or whether it will be an affordable, ROI-positive venture.

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How to Become an Event Planner in 2017

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Reading Time: 8 minutes

A well-executed event leaves both attendees and hosts with a sense of accomplishment. From networking meet-ups where attendees connect with their peers, to conferences where everyone walks away having learned something, a successful event is a huge sigh of relief.

Have you ever given thought to the back-end work that goes into organizing an event? Event planning requires some heavy lifting, from deciding on a big-picture vision to delivering on the minor details and keeping a cool head throughout the process. A career in this field is rewarding, but it’s no easy feat to make an event valuable for all who are involved.

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