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8 Tips for Your Hybrid or Virtual Event Marketing Strategy

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The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the adoption of hybrid and virtual events. This led to a quick shift in how to approach one’s virtual event marketing strategy. Event organizers knew they had to adapt quickly or businesses would crumble.

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7 Event KPIs That Will Prove You Put on a Great Event

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Measuring event KPIs and, ultimately, the success of an event shouldn’t be an afterthought. Knowing how well events have performed is crucial to delivering a mind-blowing attendee experience. Of course, event KPIs can vary from basic attendance numbers and financials to more far-reaching topics like post-event visibility.

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The Power of Experiential Marketing: Leveraging Events to Engage and Inspire

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Have you ever felt overloaded by colorful ads, marketing emails, notifications, and promotional posts? Modern marketing can feel impersonal and unconvincing when it all blurs together. If you’re wondering how to get into experiential marketing, read on to understand the benefits of this strategy and examples of it at play.

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Marketing Guru Seth Godin’s 5 Top Event Marketing Secrets

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Seth Godin is a marketing guru: He’s written 20 best-selling books, including “This Is Marketing,” and is in the Marketing Hall of Fame. He’s also hosted successful events around the globe. During Eventbrite’s RECONVENE summit, Godin shared some of his favorite marketing secrets. He started by defining things.

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Unlock the Secrets of Event Marketing Masters

Set yourself and your team up for success with tried and tested strategies and insights from event marketing geniuses at Vanta, Partnership Leaders, Quantum Metric, Rocketlane, and Explori.

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Social Media Event Promotion: The Top 10 Strategies

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To increase awareness of your events and boost ticket sales , businesses should consider investing their time and effort into social media event promotion and marketing. When you plan ahead and develop a cohesive strategy, you can really unlock the full marketing potential of social media. Come up with an event hashtag.

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Data Marketing for Events: Creating a Holistic Strategy

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In order to measure if your event planning efforts are driving the desired results, including high engagement levels, meeting registration goals, and building relationships, you may have considered incorporating data into your marketing strategy. Instead, effective data marketing takes place before, during, and after a given event.

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A Practical Guide to Measuring Event Success

Can you measure event ROI? 3 in 5 marketers can't. Learn how with this free ROI model.

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Download 7 Exceptional Event Email Templates for Driving Attendee Engagement

Download "7 Exceptional Event Email Templates for Driving Attendee Engagement" eBook and write winning event emails right away! SpotMe is the event management platform for B2B marketers. SpotMe is the event management platform for B2B marketers.

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How to Get Speakers, Exhibitors, and Attendees to Promote Your Event With Video

In this best practices guide, you’ll learn how to tap into the cost-efficiencies of advocacy and word-of-mouth marketing with video. Download “How to Get Speakers, Exhibitors, and Attendees to Promote Your Event With Video” today.

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CMOs Pivot to Virtual Engagements to Drive Business in the COVID Economy

Speaker: Mike Damphousse, Managing Partner of Category Design Advisors and Founder of Green Leads

Working from home has become the norm, conferences and meetings are going online, marketing budgets are being shifted, reduced or put on hold – it's time to adapt. Marketers can be resilient but they must also adapt to the new normal. When in-person events and campaigns are canceled, we can’t just quit doing business.