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 Promote your event through an event page
 Build event page on Facebook or Google+
 Do promotions, offer discount codes...
 In themed events, share inspiration via Pinterest!
 Instagram is also a great tool for “teaser” pictures,
and pictures ...
 Mention your social media sites discretely in your invitation.
 In addition to the actual event invitation, you can als...
 You’ve promoted your event and sent out invitations, but people are
not registering – what to do?
 Facebook, LinkedIn a...
 On the actual event day, keep an eye on all of your social media
sites!
 We recommend using Twitter as an active platfo...
 After the event, send a thank you message right the next day!
(you can attach a questionnaire to the message)
 Make a p...
A complete event communication timeline for social media
A complete event communication timeline for social media
A complete event communication timeline for social media
A complete event communication timeline for social media
A complete event communication timeline for social media
A complete event communication timeline for social media
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A complete event communication timeline for social media

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An event communication timeline for social media. This presentation shows you which social media to use in different stages of your event communication.

If you want to read a more detailed version of this presentation, here is a link to the eBook: http://academy.lyyti.com/en/social-media-in-event-communication

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  1. 1.  Promote your event through an event page  Build event page on Facebook or Google+  Do promotions, offer discount codes & give exclusive looks behind the scenes with Snapchat  Attract attention to your social media sites with competitions & polls. Competitions can be organised on any social media, while polls are possible on Facebook & LinkedIn
  2. 2.  In themed events, share inspiration via Pinterest!  Instagram is also a great tool for “teaser” pictures, and pictures can be easily shared in Facebook & Twitter.  If you want to share pictures, videos and texts alike, Tumblr is an effective way to share information about your event and speakers
  3. 3.  Mention your social media sites discretely in your invitation.  In addition to the actual event invitation, you can also make an event site on Facebook or Google+ Depending on your event make your event site either open or closed. Use your #hashtag right! If you have an event hashtag, remember to mention it in your invitation. Hashtags can be used on the following sites:
  4. 4.  You’ve promoted your event and sent out invitations, but people are not registering – what to do?  Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ all offer opportunities for advertising!  If you are organizing an professional event, then LinkedIn is the way to go. On LinkedIn you can choose to target persons with specific titles or working in a specific location. There are many ways to filter!
  5. 5.  On the actual event day, keep an eye on all of your social media sites!  We recommend using Twitter as an active platform, since there you can present the speakers, tweet key words from presentations and share pictures e.g. via Instagram.  If activity is slow, start a contest in which attendees can only participate through your social media sites  If possible, film short video clips for Youtube!
  6. 6.  After the event, send a thank you message right the next day! (you can attach a questionnaire to the message)  Make a picture collage of the event on Pinterest and share your speakers presentations on Slideshare.  Make a video clip of your event, from the material you’ve gathered. Then share it on Youtube and on other social media sites!
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