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Category — Event Marketing

Live Social Media Marketing Events: Are You Attending or Intending?

Social media marketing events are happening all around us and with every one there are new opportunities waiting to be had.  However, without setting your intentions before attending, your mind doesn’t know what to be on the look out for and you will miss golden opportunities right in front of you. Keep Reading...

May 4, 2010   9 Comments

Attending Live Social Media Events – Which Events Are Right For You?

Live events are a great way to network with others in your business field. Human interaction builds strong relationships. Also, you get to practice those networking skills in person. But, what events are right for you? Keep Reading...

March 12, 2010   5 Comments

Women To Watch – Rebecca Orlov, Co-Founder of Blog Out Loud

Today’s Woman To Watch article features the very busy and very talented female entrepreneur, Rebecca Orlov, Co-Founder of Blog Out Loud. Rebecca understands social media and has helped brands build their communities online and off by teaching how to engage with blogging and events Keep Reading...

February 17, 2010   1 Comment

Branding With Blogger Outreach

A marketing or PR employee may ask, “why blogs?”, when I have an armory of tools like press releases, social media, and email, why do I need to add blogs to my arsenal? And, if they do add blogs, what cost factors are in involved and will it be worthwhile? Keep Reading...

February 12, 2010   21 Comments

Use LinkedIn Introductions to Build and Engage Event Communities

Now that you have installed and learned how to promote your event with LinkedIn Events application let’s talk about how to build your community and create some conversation. Keep Reading...

January 29, 2010   14 Comments

Promote Your Event Using LinkedIn Events Application

Many event professionals have found the benefits of using social media in their event marketing campaigns for the viral potential.  LInkedIn has an event application that works well to target your niche market while also building an engaged event community. Keep Reading...

January 24, 2010   61 Comments

How To Exchange Social Media Contact Info Instantly at Events

How many business cards did you pick up at the last event you attended?  Business cards have been around for ages and seem to be the easiest and fastest way to share  and  our contact information with others. Power networkers have been known to collect and exchange 100 or more business cards in one day.  But, once you’ve got the card, what do you do with it?  Often they’ll end up in our bags, pockets or purses and never quite make it into our address books because no one wants to spend the time to input and organize the information. Keep Reading...

December 29, 2009   58 Comments

Ban Twitter: How To Stop Free Speech At Conferences

When should Twitter be banned at conferences?  That’s like asking when does your right to free speech stop.  There seems to be some controversy over whether Twitter use is appropriate at live events and conferences with strong stances from both sides of the camp.  Some see Twitter as a tool and others as a distraction. Keep Reading...

December 23, 2009   18 Comments

Live Tweets at Events – Tool or Distraction?

I published a series on using social media to market your events a few weeks ago and it has stirred up a few questions.  One of them being the debate over whether Twitter should be used at live events. Keep Reading...

December 10, 2009   29 Comments

5 Secrets To Promoting Yourself Using Someone Else’s Event

How much do you love mutually beneficial arrangements?  Collaboration is a wonderful way to help yourself and your partner (in whatever form) create a larger following, build your brand awareness and draw from each other’s knowledge base. Keep Reading...

November 25, 2009   37 Comments