Planning to host an event this year? Whether it is seminar, small meeting or large conference, social network are strong tools to assist you promote any event. According to Eventbrite, almost 25% of traffic to ticketing and registration pages comes from social network. Continue reading to learn about how you can leverage the power of social network to create hype around your upcoming events in 2020. Start your preparations as soon as possible to maximise promotion. Create a dedicated landing page – a landing page web page is a webpage that permits you to capture a visitor’s info through a lead form.

Create your event landing web page using among the numerous free tools available to you or use an on-line event management service such as Eventbrite. Throughout the Eventbrite web site, you create a single-entry point landing web page for your event. From there, you can start selling tickets while Eventbrite collects registration information. List your event on Facebook – a Facebook event list provides an easy way for attendees to share your event with their friends. To create a Facebook event, follow these steps: , click Events on the left menu of your Facebook news feed – , click Create and fill in the event name, details, location and time. You will then be taken to the event page event where you can invite guests, upload photos, share posts and edit event details.

Promote your event with Facebook advertising. Consider using Facebook advertisements to extend promotional reach. With Facebook organic reach falling, the majority of your Facebook fans don’t see your content if you pay for them to see it, advertisements may help you target a specific demographics so that you can better reach your ideal audience. You may also advertise your event on Twitter and Instagram if this is a better demographics fit for you. Assign an event hashtag – hashtags may be used on Facebook, Instagram, Google+ and most popularly on Twitter.

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