How Live Streaming Has Consumers Increasing Their Digital Footprint The world has changed its habits because of COVID-19, leading people to become more active digitally. With the increase in digital foot traffic, it can become easier to incorporate and promote new technologies like virtual reality and live streaming. According to Lindsay Lehr from America’s Market Intelligence, “We can expect a boost in everything right now. Some of this consumer behavior being introduced right now will stick and cause sustained growth through this year and next year.”A shift has taken place in the way people view video streaming platforms and technology. As it used to be seen as a convenience, live video technology has become a necessity. Platforms like Zoom and Skype have gained popularity for live streaming events, conferences, meetings, sports classes, and more. Unfortunately, according to CNBC, governments were “urging Netflix, YouTube and other streaming giants to restrict HD viewing to ease the strain on the internet due to unprecedented usage amid the COVID-19 pandemic." Spinning the surprising narrative into something greater, those considering making money by live streaming are now more than ever encouraged to do so.
Why Use Registration Pages as an Event Marketing Tool? Event Registration Pages are useful tools that event organizers utilize to market their events before tickets go on sale. If your event is not ticketed, then this is an excellent way to increase the ROI of your event by collecting attendee data. Whether your event is in-person or virtual and hosted on a live streaming platform, this is one the most efficient ways to gather information and drive more attendance.
Promoting Events on Social Media? If there's one thing that is especially true about social media marketing, it is that it's constantly changing. Platforms come and go, algorithms change, and as a social media marketer: you have to be nimble on your feet!
Do You Invest in Fliers/Handbills/Posters, etc.? If you do, you know that they're not cheap! Printing materials for your upcoming events can be expensive. If you're going to get materials printed it's important that you protect your investment.
"(Heard) is dedicated to creating dynamic music events with the feel and ingenuity of warehouse style parties, all in the name of the fan experience" If you're familiar with the Austin music scene, then you're no stranger to HEARD Presents. HEARD has been showcasing fresh emerging talent at Empire Control Room & Garage and The Parish - two frequently visited venues in Austin, TX for the past several years, as well as Waterloo Music Festival, one of Austin's premiere camping music festivals.
Ricky Hong is a hugely successful PromoJuice user and a street team member for Backwoods at Mulberry Mountain, a music festival in Ozark, AR. Here is what Ricky had to say:
"Whiskies of the World will surprise even the most savvy connoisseur" Love Whisky? (is that even a question?) We do too, and we highly recommend checking out Whiskies of the World. Originating in San Francisco, Whiskies of the World hosts a series of hugely popular whisky festivals taking place all over the Country! Taste superlative whiskies, meet fellow whisky connoisseurs, and meet the outstanding personalities of the whisky world.
"The biggest backyard in Deep Ellum"
Recently I got to catch up with Chase Myska, a street team member who has achieved incredible success promoting for Backwoods at Mulberry Mountain through PromoJuice. Here is what Chase had to say:
How can I sell more tickets for my upcoming events? This is the one question every promoter and event organizer asks themselves constantly. If you're in the industry of booking talent, producing, and marketing events, then ticket sales are most likely the lifeblood of your business. Even if you are a promoter that turns a profit only after attendees walk through the door (for example, alcohol sales), the statement still holds true. Think about it: in order to throw a successful party, you need to have people walk through that door - and in order for people to show up, you need to sell tickets!