Talking Points: Discuss an overview of the presentation addressing challenges and benefits
Talking Points: Regular attendance is suffering, but use Event Marketing to remind members of the services offered. Also provide information about special events to promote growing membership. Events are meant to be fun and provide a sense of fellowship.
Talking Points: With each event comes an opportunity for greater connection and better relationships. To spread the Word, they must be educated in the Word and be excited to share that Word with others. Greater attendance provides more enthusiasm for sharing what they have learned.
Talking Points: Community support and outreach shows a commitment on the part of the congregation to help in any way that they can. Using invitations to promote the fundraiser and using the event homepage to showcase the cause. Update the event homepage to show the community how much support has been raised and how much may still be needed, or how else support can be given.
Talking Points: Activism through volunteers. Communicate more quickly to volunteers and capture their commitment to better plan all activities. Offer assistance and give volunteers an opportunity to contribute to the church or to the community. Provide the resources or services needed by the community.
Talking Points: Highlight the limitless information options. Calendar online provides links to each activity and a homepage for additional information and a link to register. In today’s economy, paper is getting more expensive, but sending invitations and follow up email is less expensive. Using event homepages, more information can be provided. More information for less money. And, in today’s world using technology to reach a younger audience, younger members of the congregation.
Talking Points: Increase efficiency and eliminate redundancy by having all information about who has registered in one place accessible by anyone. Rather than having many people coordinate have one person and an assistant take care of registration and reporting. No more losing lists or questioning if someone is registered or not.
Talking Points: In summary, Event Marketing complements traditional communication and makes managing registration and tracking attendance simple. By doing so, you can solve the reduction in membership numbers, better connect with your members to strengthen relationships, easily promote and capture the commitment of volunteers to provide needed resources and support in the community.
Online event marketing: Why it makes sense for your faith-based organization