Smartphones with its sheer use are the best way to reach to your audience. The percentage of people buying tickets through mobiles is increasing exponentially. Statistics show that 33.7 percent of all online traffic is driven by smartphones compared to 12.7 percent of tablets. (more…)
For an event presenter, diaries and notepads filled with strategies, at least five meetings to decide upon one of them, and a ten more to execute the “chosen one” is an everyday story. Of course, y’all are used to it, but does that make it any less tiring and time consuming? If your answer is a big “NO”, read on to discover five quick and easy promotional strategies that you can try for successful marketing of your event. (more…)
Yes, yes, let me explain. No, it has nothing to do with Halloween. Yes, it is about event promotion. In fact, it’s ONLY about event promotion – these are some handy “tricks” you can use to host a successful event, and success is always followed by “treats”, isn’t it? Hence, the title. (Please continue reading, I swear it gets better than this.) (more…)
We realized it was high time you stopped experimenting with useless techniques to promote your event on Facebook, Twitter, Blogger, WordPress, and virtually every other social media platform that you can think of. Honestly, having a ten-line instruction set to guide your audience to your online ticket store is definitely not working because nowadays, people don’t even read their medical reports that sincerely. It doesn’t matter how rich or witty your content is – if it’s not a click away, it’s no good, anyway! To overcome this major blunder, Yapsody decided to come up with Widgets to make social media promotion a lot easier. (more…)
Pinterest is one of the fastest growing social networking websites. It acquired 10 million users in 9 months and recently they unveiled their newest feature, Place Pins. In this blog, we will explain you can utilize Pinterest and its “Place Pins” feature to promote your event and get maximum exposure.
- Pinterest added a new type of pin called Place Pins, enabling users to map out the locations of all the items they share on their pinboards. For example, if you pin a photo of your event or the artist performing in your event, you can also add the venue location to a map on your board. Creating a board of Place Pins is easy. Just select Add a map when you create a new board or Edit an existing board’s settings. After that, you can map all of your new and existing Pins on the board to help plan your next event.
If you have a list of favorite places to organize your events or a few locations that you always recommend to people, use Place Pins to showcase all of the venues in one single place!