Effective Social Media Tactics Part Four: Offseason Game Changers

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We have put together a four part series focusing on how to drive digital engagement for onsite events.

You’ve presented the facts to your client and bosses, and shown that you can handle onsite events. What’s next? It’s time to start building a larger presence for next year’s event.

The time in between events can be used to not only promote the event, but also build a bigger fan base and gain influence within the event’s community. One great way to do this is to promote the event throughout all social media channels. This will help you gain followers and drive home the brand’s key messaging. This doesn’t mean to plainly tell followers when the next event is, but give followers a reason to read what you post. It could be as simple as keeping followers up-to-date on the latest news related to the industry, or posting facts about the event.

Another great way to keep the event top-of-mind during the time in between events is to host the occasional tweet chat or even a webinar. Tweet chats are a great way to interact with the event’s followers. Tweet chats also help you promote your event or brand hashtag and also gain awareness and followers. Use tweet chats to show followers that you follow what is happening in the industry even though the event is months out. If something big happens in the industry, chat about it.

The goal during the time in between events is to keep the event relevant and gain more influence within the industry and followers. This way, when it rolls around to event time, you can guarantee a larger turn out and maybe even attract new sponsors as well.

We hope this series has given you the tools necessary to be an onsite all-star. And if you need anything, we are just a phone call away.

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