Make It A Million-Dollar Event…

Make It A Million-Dollar Event…
Make It A Million-Dollar Event…

…without even spending a million dollars. I knew the title would’ve made most of y’all freak out, but if you’re reading this, thank you for believing in me and reading on (that was some risky job I did there). As an event presenter, it’s not news to you that organizing a successful event for any number of attendees is a tedious job. Heck, our job defines tediousness itself. But, when the event is a mega-hit, you know your efforts were worth it. What if I told you there was a way to make your event a mega-hit minus the efforts?

  1. A Lot.

You have Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and two thumbs that can type at the speed of light (you know that’s not a joke). Throw your event all over the social media; post pictures, blogs, articles, memes, infographics, videos, and everything else that’s A, relatable and engaging for your target audience, and B, informs them about your event. How difficult is it to type 140 characters and just tell the folks what you’ve been up to? Who doesn’t like a little insight into what happens at the backstage?

  1. Many Masters, Many Likes.

You may be the all-rounder, putting up an event as awesome as that, but it wouldn’t hurt to have perfectionists or specialists work things out, right? Do what you’re extremely good at – be it decorations, or developing content, or managing the guest list. Put together a team of people who are the best at what they do, this way you’ll do a lot more in a lot less time and there are minimum chances of things going wrong.

  1. Light It Up!

Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram are great, but a blog will simply ace the process. Talk about why your event is a big deal, about the efforts that went into it, what it is all about, and make it public. Unless you shine that spotlight over your event, you won’t be able to grab their eyeballs. There are hundred other events coming up, so why yours? Remember, that’s what you are answering.

  1. Of the People, For the People, and By the People.

Involve as many folks belonging to your community as possible. Events have the capability to influence communities largely. Also, you can seek help from the experts in the industry and make your event better for your attendees. Strike good deals with these people, figure out ways to harness their resources and, at the same time, make it worth their time as well.

  1. We’re Right Here.

If you’re stuck with something, you can always contact Yapsody’s support center. Get in touch via email, or just ping us on our 24/7 Live Chat. Our Support section has many FAQs to clear some basic doubts, and you can find numerous posts on our blog that’ll give you handy tips for making your event a success. At Yapsody, we’re always happy to lend an ear, a hand, or a shoulder.