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4 Ways To Use Social Media To Promote Your Next Event [Infographic]

4 Ways To Use Social Media To Promote Your Next Event [Infographic]

3 Years Ago By Diana Adams

There are so many different ways to use social media in our daily lives, but for some reason, we don’t often think of social media being used in the event planning process. If it’s done well, social media and event planning can be a match made in heaven. This includes every aspect of the process from organizing the event, to creating a buzz during the event, to making the impact of the event continue to last long after it’s over.

If you think about huge events like SXSW (and many others), you’ll realize that social media plays a large role in their success. No matter what size your event is, you can also use social media to make an impact, and to make the whole event planning process more streamlined.

This infographic called 4 Ways To Use Social Media To Boost Events (by Eventility) really goes into many more than just 4 ways to do this. This graphic highlights 18 ways you can use social media to give your next event a little jolt of energy to increase its success and effectiveness.

This is the most in-depth infographic on this topic I’ve seen, and it goes into every social media detail so you can make sure you get the most out of your social media efforts when it comes to your events. As Eventility points out, it’s important not to think social media is only useful for your event promotion. Instead, think about using it for every aspect of the event planning process. This infographic doesn’t focus on just one social media outlet either. By utilizing many different outlets like this, you’ll create the most spread possible for your next event.

So the next time you are planning a tweetup, seminar, conference, sporting event, fundraiser, concert, etc., follow the tips in this infographic and use social media in the most effective and complete way possible to ensure your event’s success!

4 Ways To Use Social Media To Promote Your Next Event

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Via: [Social Media Today]

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Claire Hackery

August 18th, 2014

Reading your posts brings back memories of the experience I had at my department’s team building activity that was held at Club Auto Sport in San Jose, CA. The venue just set the mode for a day of fun & relaxation. We had lots of exciting activities like tricycle racing, exotic driving experience and much more… Their service is incomparable!


Ron Reddings

October 29th, 2014

I’ve read a few posts here and I can actually relate. Finding the right venue for any corporate event was quite a task. However, a friend of mine suggested I check out the venue at Club Auto Sport in Silicon Valley, and I did. The event was held six months ago, to date everyone comments about the awesome time we had there. The venue is remarkable, the food was delicious and the staff was great, very polite. Our event was a success!


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