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Tag Archives: event marketing
Post authored by Donna Kastner, Event Marketing Specialist True confession time: My appetite for conference learning and networking is voracious and it often exceeds my available time and budget. In turn, the “fear of missing out” (FOMO) on exceptional learning … Continue reading
Post Authored by Harby Tran, Director of Marketing In a world where our event marketing tactics include endless amounts of engaging content, I wonder if we’re truly utilizing one of its most effective and fastest-growing forms: podcasts. While podcasts have … Continue reading
Post authored by Jeff Fugate, SVP, Strategic Sales & Marketing There’s been much talk about data, especially in the context of event marketing and experience design, but talk is cheap. It’s time to advance from talking to doing. Why? Event … Continue reading
Post authored by Harby Tran, Director of Marketing Last week, we explored why “Show Me” Outperforms “Tell Me.” If you missed this post, give it a read, as it provides more context for today’s deeper dive. Images are powerful “Show … Continue reading
Post authored by Gary Schirmacher, CMP, Senior VP, Sales & Marketing It’s no secret that the newspaper industry is navigating through some very disruptive waters. As readership declines, advertising revenue follows suit. Publications that stick to their guns and fail … Continue reading
Post authored by Dana Norris, Marketing Manager, Experient We know successful event promotion consists of a series of touches through a number of communication channels over a planned period of time. If you’re missing the mark on the timing, you can … Continue reading
Post authored by Dana Norris, Account Executive, Experient Last month we covered defining your target audience as the first of the 5 W’s of an effective event marketing strategy. The second element considers where.
Post Authored by Dana Norris, Account Executive, Experient Developing an effective marketing strategy begins by defining the 5 W’s: The Who, Where, Why, What and When. A well-defined target audience is the first element in developing that strategy. Our five … Continue reading