Is your event doing live streaming on Periscope, hosting Twitter parties and setting up 3D Photo Booths? If so, unfortunately, this article is not for you.
This for the many great events across America that have been around for decades in towns with passionate volunteers, local sponsors, and loyal attendees. These events have small teams, low budgets, and limited marketing expertise. They know they must embrace social media but don’t know where to start. If this sounds familiar, then you are in the right place.
This checklist provides some simple steps to get your event a social media presence. If you complete this checklist your event will experience three benefits:
- A new way to engage attendees
- Drive new traffic (friends of attendees)
- Create new sponsor revenue
There are dozens of things you could do when diving into social media, however, you should walk before you run. Here are the Top 10 steps to get you started.