How Creating Dance Videos can Grow Event Attendance

Want to grow event attendance at your next dance recital? Videos are a major aspect of marketing your dance event. You want a set of criteria for selecting the best types of videos and places to upload online. Statistics for Video Marketing 1 minute of video is worth 1.8 million words, according to a Forrester [...]

By |May 19th, 2017|Creative|

Incorporating Charitable Causes into Events

How cause-conscious is your event business? Have you wondered how to show you attendees you care? Incorporating charitable causes into your events is a smart move. Sure, you can set out a donation jar and make an announcement asking people to contribute during the event, but really embracing charitable causes at your events can lead [...]

By |May 15th, 2017|Creative|

Creative Event Sponsorship Ideas

Are you planning on having sponsors at your next event? If so, you’ll want to think through how best to attract and satisfy sponsors. Creative sponsorship ideas can get you past the hurdle of financing your event. Businesses sponsor an event, or part of an event, to receive advertising in return. Sponsorship can be great [...]

By |May 10th, 2017|Planning|

Top 5 Reasons Email Marketing Isn’t Dead

In the world of social media and texting, you may have stopped some of your email marketing campaigns or never bothered to revamp your marketing strategies. You aren’t alone. In the wake of social media marketing, many people believe email marketing had its time and they moved on to mostly social media marketing. Other business [...]

By |May 8th, 2017|Promotion|

Top 8 Tips for Creating an Amazing Escape Room Website

One of the best marketing tools for an escape room business is the company escape room website. Due to the competitive nature of the industry companies understandably guard their escape room information. Another factor is preserving the mystery for clients. Message in Seconds According to the five second test, you have that much time to [...]

By |May 4th, 2017|Design|

How to Encourage Online Reviews from Attendees

Reviews play a large role in influencing customer behavior. A whopping 61% of consumers read online reviews before making a purchase decision. The same amount of customers are more likely to purchase from businesses that have online reviews. Yelp, Amazon, TripAdvisor, and many other successful businesses rely on the power of reviews. But how do [...]

By |May 1st, 2017|Promotion|

Creating Sip and Plant Spring Workshops

Looking for something unique to offer this coming spring for your paint and sip clientele? Consider a sip and plant spring workshop as a unique painting event and something that ties into the season perfectly. Recently, I attended a local paint a pot class at a venue that while not paint and sip also serves [...]

By |April 30th, 2017|Creative|

Summer Themed Cooking Class Ideas

It’s never too early for brainstorming summer-themed cooking class ideas. Take advantage of the season’s fruits, berries and vegetables. Farm to Table Cooking Class Ideas Buying locally grown foods is the best way to know what is in the foods you eat. Some berry farms offer a pick-your-own program. This would be a fun outing for [...]

By |April 26th, 2017|Creative|

How Writing Roundups Can Revive Old Blog Posts

You can reap the benefit of old blog posts by creating a themed roundup post to revive old blog posts. By including links to older posts, you can take advantage of work you’ve already done. Providing links to old blog posts can double even triple your blogging efforts while helping you to gain more targeted [...]

By |April 22nd, 2017|Creative|

Event Swag Attendees Will Love

Everyone loves free stuff. This doesn’t just mean raffle prizes, but also small freebies. Anything useful someone doesn’t have to pay for is generally appreciated, especially when it is unexpected. “Swag” is slang for the freebies and promotional items given away during or after events. A swag bag is well put together and includes multiple [...]

By |April 17th, 2017|Creative|