Copywriting and Content Creation Tips for Effective Event Marketing
Ok picture this:
Then a few days to a week later you sent out the “early bird” email (if applicable) to try and boost more sales with a special ticket price or registrations with some added incentive.
You are still working to confirm speakers or entertainment so you can’t announce those yet, but you need to send out something else to drum up excitement and registrations.
So what do you do?
I’ve got you. The answer is here 👇🏻
What To Say When Details Are Still Being Ironed Out
First of all, don’t worry about not having anything to say. There is ALWAYS something you can be promoting about your event, the kicker is all in HOW you say it.
This is where my “honesty vs. transparency” game comes into play. (Pun intended😜) Marketing should always be honest, but that does not mean it has to be 100% transparent.
Listen in for what I mean along with…
- Marketing ideas for between the “early bird” ticket promos and speaker/entertainment announcements
- How to avoid needing your crisis communication plan
- Ways to market your event AND give yourself flexibility with planning.