Event planning is evolving constantly thanks to the the emergence of new media opportunities.
Event technology and social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn are making the planning process and possibilities more robust.
The importance of social media for event marketing is crucial and there are numerous ways to optimize social media for events.
The team at Maximillion created this superhero-themed infographic to demonstrate the vitality of social media for the event planning process.
While a customer’s need for certain products will certainly get them in the door, it’s the contests and giveaways that create major buzz for your business.
But make sure that buzz is positive and worth the energy when planning your next social media contest.
Here are some tips and tricks, and dos and don’ts, for making your contest simple, cool, engaging, and worthwhile for both you and your audience.
Give It a Home
The first thing you need to decide is where it will live. Your blog? A social media site?
Mother’s Day is around the corner, creeping up on both consumers and brands alike.
And even though, year after year, the majority of presents are bought super last minute, consumer spending on Mom is off the charts!
And why shouldn’t it be? The wonderful women in our lives are worth everything that we can throw at them (assuming it’s good) on their special day.
To explore this further, the team at The Shelf created this rundown of all things Mother’s Day.
Mom’s are getting more and more monetary love each year.
Spending has reached an all-time high at $21.2B in the United States. — Fundivo