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Web Strategies for Events

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Bluewire Media General Manager Toby Jenkins goes through the web strategies available for event and conference organisers to help them plan, promote and execute events. Go to …

Bluewire Media General Manager Toby Jenkins goes through the web strategies available for event and conference organisers to help them plan, promote and execute events. Go to http://www.bluewiremedia.com.au/webstrategiesforevents to find out more.

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  • Who’d like to be in this pool right now? Perhaps sipping a cocktail and deciding whether you should have a second serving of those garlic prawns... Have you got that feeling? Got it? Good. Now. How many of you feel like this before your event is about to start? I know I don’t when we run our Bluewire Media events! And I certainly can’t promise to have you feeling like that at the end of this session, but I can promise to show you web tools that might help you in the planning, promotion and execution of your events!
  • But this is a bit more how we felt!
  • No people
  • No cash
  • Trying to figure out how to do the ticketing
  • How do I get our attendees to speak? Hate those awkward moments!!!
  • So this is the end game right? This is what we wanted too! Full house, time and time again.
  • In your events how do you use the web? Stay standing if you: Use your website to promote your event? Email marketing? Facebook? You tube? To receive registrations? To process payments? To manage the tasks involved in your event?
  • Free. Social Media monitoring tool? LINK on landing page!
  • We understand the web and picked the best bits from everyone else and put them together according to the one page web strategy Ebook – application of one page plan to events – make suggestions for how to use the plan eg: speaker interviews for YouTube.
  • First step: Set up event as a project in Basecamp ($24USD/mnth) Checklists Allows multiple users Delegate tasks Google docs
  • Eventbrite: Ticketing (inc early bird) Payment processing Registrations Email reminders discount tracking codes integrate with your website
  • Eventbrite: Ticketing (inc early bird) Payment processing Registrations Email reminders discount tracking codes integrate with your website
  • DMSCott – Tattoo example
  • Free. Social Media monitoring tool? LINK on landing page!
  • Content Social media Discussion Competitions
  • Adtech example Speakers Delegates Exhibitors Videos Articles Audios Testimonials/photos from previous events
  • Content Social media Discussion Competitions
  • WHAT STEPS did you do with last marketing effort to make it “sharable?” We did this for our event. 42 retweets. Which reached ~20,000 extra followers (personally endorsed too) REACHED 40 x our 521 followers. Who bought tickets via TWITTER (not on our email list).
  • Content Social media Discussion Competitions
  • Content Social media Discussion Competitions
  • Hash tags Videos Photos Speaker interviews Ask for tweeted questions
  • Send follow up email with survey monkey or request feedback on the #stream
  • So this is the end game right? This is what we wanted too! Full house, time and time again.
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    • 1. <ul><ul><li>Web strategies for events </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>@Toby_Jenkins </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li> </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li> @Bluewire_Media </li></ul></ul>Toby Jenkins , General Manager
    • 2. <ul><ul><li>How to improve your cash flow, fill a room and reduce your stress using the web </li></ul></ul>Toby Jenkins , General Manager
    • 3. RELAX…?
    • 4.  
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    • 9.  
    • 10.  
    • 11. Reinvent the wheel
    • 12. Stand up PRIZE!
    • 13. Plan
    • 14.  
    • 15. Today <ul><li>Plan </li></ul><ul><li>Promote </li></ul><ul><li>Execute </li></ul>
    • 16. Eventbrite slide payment page on our website
    • 17.  
    • 18. Facebook Event page
    • 19. Linked In Event page
    • 20. Promote
    • 21. Content
    • 22.  
    • 23. Group or Fan Page
    • 24. Register
    • 25. Photos
    • 26. YouTube Interviews
    • 27. Speaker RTs
    • 28. Delegate tweets
    • 29. Win
    • 30.  
    • 31. Event Blog
    • 32. Partners + affiliates -Eventbrite highlight discount codes
    • 33. Email to database
    • 34. PRnewswire
    • 35. Execute
    • 36.  
    • 37.  
    • 38.  
    • 39. Feedback
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    • 43. Toby Jenkins , General Manager Toby Jenkins - Bluewire Media www.BluewireMedia.com.au [email_address] @Toby_Jenkins BluewireMedia BluewireMedia LinkedIn.com/in/TobyJenkins Resources link: www.bluewiremedia.com.au/pco2010

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