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Event Marketing Ideas and More: April Links to Read

Event Marketing Ideas and More: April Links to Read

2019-05-02

Get ideas to use for your next event with some of the top blog posts from April.

When you’re planning your event, do you find that you’re using the same old marketing ideas? Are you ready to shake things up?

With so many new tools out there, it’s hard to keep up. That’s why Eventbrite gathered 10 1/2 event marketing ideas to try. From the latest kinds of Facebook ads to different ways to try tools that have been around for awhile, there is a wealth of information here. But the most important tip? Always be testing. If you don’t know how effective your marketing is, you can’t possibly know what you should or should not be doing. And that can hurt ticket sales.

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And while you’re testing, it’s important to look at all of the data you are collecting. Are you collecting the right information to inform decisions? If not, what should you be collecting? And how? Eventsforce walks you through those questions.

Level Up Your Learning Initiatives: Dividing Your Educational Sessions by Learning Style (MemberClicks)
Everyone learns differently. From visual learners to hands-on learners, there are so many different kinds of learning styles. But is your conference addressing those different learning styles? Here’s why that’s important.

5 Podcasts Conference Organizers Should be Listening To (Connect Corporate)
Speaking of different learning styles, do you learn better from listening? Then chances are that podcasts are a part of how you educate yourself. Don’t miss these five recommendations from Connect Corporate.

Listen from the Heart to Better Engage Attendees (AssociationsNow)
From doing simple things for your attendees to amplifying the good your attendees do, there are a lot of ways to bring the heart back to your meetings. Find out how that can help both you and your attendees.

What great blog posts did you read this month?