Great list!I’d add something to your pre event advertising outreach — direct non-public emails to organizations, e. g. , local Meet up groups, that would have an affinity on your organization, task or topical focus of your event. Your personal invitation with all the info and links to the registration page, obviously can offer them a unique cut price for their contributors.
You can use this an an advent to new audiences not regular with you yet while not having to elevate it to the level of an “affiliate partner. ” I trust a private invitation could have a serious impact compared with broad media advertising and marketing. That was a superb list!I’m going to use it for our own list for trade shows as a lot are very helpful. One area I think it’s missing is the pre event advertising for tradeshows. Promoting the event, ads to attendees in increase, construction leads in boost, and surroundings appointments for face to face conferences at the development is a must!I’ve always found it strange that marketing executives who spend a whole lot on event advertising and marketing don’t spend the time to do promotion before the development, focused on attendees only, like our application does: . Having a good set of warm certified leads and appointments for the conference can really change the extent of fulfillment and double the head to head conferences.