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4 Ways To Use Influencer Marketing For Your Event

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning on August 3, 2016
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Let’s say you’re having an event launching new beauty products for your all natural, made-here-in-your-city make-up line. You’ve sold some tickets but you’re not selling at the rate you expected. You’ve reached out to event blogs to create listings for your event, you’ve done our checklist and even done some Google AdWords and retargeting and you’ve Read More »

How to Use Instagram for Marketing Your Event

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning on February 8, 2016
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Did you know that Instagram is the fastest growing social network? 26% of the adult population is already using it. That's a huge audience of potential ticket buyers. Instagram is the perfect marketing channel for events. The reason being that events are told best through pictures. Just take a look at your Instagram feed. Scrolling Read More »

5 Ways to Use Social Media to Sell Event Tickets

Posted in Event Marketing, Guest Blog, Promotion & Planning on January 27, 2016
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If this is the first time your company is hosting an event, then you have some serious work ahead of you if you hope to sell most or all your tickets. Since your business isn't well known at this point, it’s going to be challenging to convince guests to attend. Nevertheless, the goal is completely doable especially Read More »

Social Media for Events Timeline Infographic

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning, Ticketbud Tools on October 7, 2015
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Event marketing can be tough (especially if it isn't your day job), you want to promote your upcoming event but you're feeling overwhelmed by the amount of information there is and how to get everything done in time. Never fear, Ticketbud understands your problem! We reached out to industry experts in event marketing and social media to Read More »

Slideshare: 8 Social Media Tactics to Ignite Ticket Sales

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning, Word to the Wise on August 21, 2015
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How often have you seen or heard these calls to action in the last couple years? "Like us on Facebook!" "Follow us on Twitter!" "Check out our Instagram!" Probably enough to the point where you've tuned it out. Too many events do the bare minimum when it comes to social media. Setting up a Facebook Read More »

Snapchat: Event Organizers Best Friend

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning, Word to the Wise on August 18, 2015
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Event promotion is tough. There are so many things going on and it takes something awesome to stand out in the crowded social landscape. However, Snapchat is perfectly suited for promoting an event and building an audience. The key is to tap into what makes Snapchat better than all other social media platforms: accessibility and time.

Social Media 101: Best Practices for Events

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning, Word to the Wise on August 6, 2015
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By now you no doubt know that you should be using social media to promote your event, you've heard all of that before now. "But, where? When? How?", you may ask. Great question. Each social media platform is different and has a different audience. Knowing your events audience allows you to then figure out where Read More »

Quick Tip: Getting The Most Out Of Pinterest

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning, Word to the Wise on June 1, 2015
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Pinterest is one of those extremely popular networks that still has some event marketers scratching their heads. Luckily, we at Ticketbud have a lot of experience with this quirky program. I first talked about utilizing Pinterest in my post about event marketing on social media platforms here, and what I said then is still true Read More »

Finding Your Event's Marketing Niche

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning on March 31, 2015
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These days, it can seem like the term "social media marketing" is as ambiguous of a description as saying that you do "business". There are so many social media sites out there that it can get overwhelming if you don't narrow down your target market. It can also start to get expensive if you fire Read More »