Listen, it’s time to go big or go home when considering event marketing strategies. Placing an ad for an upcoming event in the newspaper might have been effective in 1980, but it’s certainly not the most productive event marketing strategy being used today. Where will you find your audience – sales leads or potential donors or event participants – in modern society? Online. You got it. So put your event there and reach your intended audience more effectively than ever before. Here are some best practice tips to make your next event pop.
Quality matters in every aspect of content created for your brand. Look at YouTube – this online video platform was created so anyone can create an account and generate content. To stick out, top-earning YouTubers like PewDiePie, Smosh, and WatchMojo built quality HD videos using professional equipment, staff, and scripts.
In doing so, they grew from obscurity to stardom and built revenue machines capable of competing with media juggernauts like Eminem, Justin Bieber, and Katy Perry, who have tens of millions of followers on every platform they choose to participate in. PewDiePie alone ended 2016 with a net worth of $90 million, more than Hillary Clinton, Seth Rogen, even Kendrick Lamar.
There’s a good reason many internet marketers use webinars to market their products and services. It’s because they work. In fact, it’s arguably the best way to convert subscribers into actual customers.
When planning a virtual event, there are literally dozens of things to check off your to-do list. One of the primary elements of your strategy should include pre and post virtual event emails.