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12 Ways to Promote Your Event with Social Media

Presented at the 2014 SPIN Academy http://spinacademy.org/event/2014-spin-academy-south/
by Will Coley on 26 July 2014

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Transcript of 12 Ways to Promote Your Event with Social Media

12 Ways to Promote
Your Event with Social Media

Golden Rule of Social Media:
“Share and Share-Alike”
Facebook Notifications
Commission and/or Create Images
Thumbnail Image
Determine Goals & Measurement
Tell Facebook Friends about the Event Prep
Update your network to build momentum
Produce Micro-Videos on Vine and/or Instagram Apps
6 Second Live Video
Tweet Multiple Times with Hashtags including an Event Hashtag
Crowdsource
Event Documentation

Depending on event, hire professional photographer and/or videographer
Add event hashtag & Twitter handles to printed program
Compile results with Storify
Google Alerts
RSS Reader
Text Overlay Images
Link to Prezi:
bit.ly/socialmedia4events
@willcoley will@aquifermedia.com

Create Event Listing(s)
Need exact headcount?
Yes
No
Use URL Shorteners
If the web address (or URL) to your event listing is too long
or too complicated to remember:
Make a shorter more memorable & measurable link
Outreach to
Local bloggers
Consider Paying for
Facebook Boosts

Thank Everyone Involved
Give shout-outs online
Hand write thank you notes
Share photos, video clips within
a week after the event
Desktop
Mobile
15 Second Live or
Edited Video
Record & Edit video
Upload to Dropbox.com
Use Dropbox app to download to phone
Google "[your town] blogs"
Check if recently updated
See if there's active commenting
Measure influence with number of Twitter followers & Facebook fans
Tweet AND email blogger
Instagram/Facebook: at least 640 x 640 pixels
Twitter: 880 x 440 pixels
Don't use capital letters!
Twitter
through Tweetdeck or Hootesuite
With changes in newsfeed, more difficult to see updates from other organizations' pages.
Solution!
page
Pro Tip: Use Instagram to post to Facebook
+
+
or
or
Potential participants need to be able to find event information
by searching online. They can't search text inside images.
$
Due to changes in the newsfeed, it's now necessary to pay Facebook in order for most of your fans
(& potential fans) to actually see your posts.
There's some debate about the value of this.
+ community
calendars
What has worked best
for your organization?

What's missing?
But how do you find what to share?
Tweet Structures:

[date][city]: [title][event listing link] #[event hashtag] #[other hashtag]
[and if room, link to Twitter pic]

Join us [date] for [title][event listing link] #[event hashtag] #[other hashtag]
[and if room, link to Twitter pic]
(or campaigns, projects
or anything really)

Create a spreadsheet to keep track
bit.ly/acadsouth14
http://bit.ly/rashidpolo
Rashid Polo
your
website
or
+
"Flood the Zone"
Click to view:
For example, the link to this Prezi is:
bit.ly/socialmedia4events
which is easier to remember & type than
prezi.com/stvpp9j0sa1p
For quick mobile images, you could use InstaMeme app
Example of successful image
Example of edited Event Promo video
(before uploading to Instagram)
Vine example
See the full transcript