Now that the Spring conference season is winding down we can all take a breath and put our feet up. Or can we? The pause between the spring and fall conference seasons is the perfect time for savvy event marketers to take advantage of a change in the rhythm of business and the warmer weather and execute smaller, more intimate events with customers and prospects to achieve engagement.
Although many marketers have assumed that in-person events were becoming less effective due to the digitization of the marketing profession, they’re actually becoming more effective the more marketing digitizes. How do we account for this anomaly? How do we make sense of the fact that events, which were often undervalued in the digital marketing department, have now become the new star of the digital marketing paradigm? The answer is Real-time Marketing.
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Events play an important role in any marketing effort and a successful event means higher ROI and an increase in attendee engagement. In order for events to be successful, the right strategies and support need to be in place, whether it’s new event tech, Event Automation, or a great venue. But what’s an event’s best friend? An Event App.
Do you ever feel like coming up with New Year’s resolution ideas and making career goals actually prevents you from reaching your ideals? Think about it: how often have you created a list of what you want to accomplish in a year, only to fall utterly short. The list sits on your desk, or on a crisp piece of expensive stationary, in your best handwriting, tacked onto your cubicle wall, almost mocking your effort and commitment. Why is there such a gap between what we want to do and what we can do?
Having the best swag at any event is crucial to get attendees to visit your booth and convert them into potential customers. When you attend events, you’ll notice that companies who bring alluring swag are swarmed by attendees and companies who bring uninspired swag are ignored and fade quietly into the background. Make sure you cut through the noise at your next event by understanding what separates good swag from lackluster swag so you can bring your swag A-game!
It’s the holiday season, which means you’re probably struggling to find thank you presents and thoughtful marketing gifts that show your team that you care. Last minute gift shopping is common, but the hardest part about gift shopping is finding that perfect gift that is both thoughtful and breathtaking, right?
Are you looking to increase marketing engagement during the winter months? You’re not alone, the myth of the B2B marketing slump during the holidays is a strong misconception, when in reality, successful B2B companies often experience a holiday spike in sales if they plan properly. So how can you leverage targeted outreach, events, and marketing strategies to rake in sales before the end of your quarter?