• Attendee marketing

    Post-Event Marketing Tactics That Leave a Lasting Impact on Attendees

    by  • November 15, 2019 • Attendee marketing, Growing Revenue, Implementing Multi-Channel Campaigns, Improving Member Retention, Increasing Membership, Member Engagement

    After a successful meeting, it’s time to keep the momentum going. A few post-event marketing tactics can help deepen engagement with your attendees and potentially boost membership. Your largest conference of the year just wrapped up, and it was a huge success. Time to take a step back and let your attendees, colleagues, and...

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    Are Marketers Chasing the Shiny Object?

    by  • September 17, 2019 • Attendee marketing, Implementing Multi-Channel Campaigns, Maximizing ROI

    Every day marketers are faced with more and more tactical choices that they can implement to reach their goals and objectives.  There is direct mail, email, phone outreach, SEO, SEM, print advertising, digital advertising, retargeting, geofencing, word of mouth, and on and on and on.  Some days it feels like there are simply too...

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    Growing Event Attendance Through Content: Very USEful for Associations

    by  • April 18, 2016 • Attendee marketing, Growing Non-Dues Revenue, Implementing Multi-Channel Campaigns, Maximizing ROI

    Associations are content machines, which means opportunities abound for associations to use articles, videos, images, social media, and more to generate buzz in their face-to-face events. Here are several useful ideas for putting content to work. What is up with the title? It is a bit odd isn’t it? The reason is because this...

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    In-person events are not a thing of the past. They just need better attendee marketing!

    by  • January 2, 2014 • Attendee marketing, Growing Non-Dues Revenue, Growing Revenue, Implementing Multi-Channel Campaigns, Maximizing ROI

    I am sure you have heard many times how attendance at face-to-face meetings are down and that webinars, virtual conferences and social media are allowing a percentage of your potential attendees to no longer attend your face-to-face meetings, conferences and seminars.  While this may be true in some cases it is definitely not true...

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