[WEBINAR] How to promote your event on Facebook

Webinar recording

Notes

  • Pay attention to your event category and tags. This will influence who and how many people see your event.
  • Events can be public or private. Pay attention to this as you’re creating your event.
  • Facebook events have a two week life span. This is a Facebook limitation so plan accordingly.
  • If you are running multiple shows / events over the time period create separate event pages for each.
  • Keep posting to the event page while the event is happening. Those who expressed interest, or said they were going but didn’t, will receive these messages. You may just change their mind!

Live Facebook Q&A Session

August 15th, 2016: Facebook live Q&A with Shawn Kemp, Briana Milligan, and Josh Bennet.

[Webinar] How to increase your awareness on Facebook

Webinar Recording

Notes and Resources

  1. Posting when your supporters are on Facebook will make a difference. Facebook gives all page manages this data, so take advantage of it!
  2. You’ll want to post at least two to three times a day to Facebook. Using a content curation strategy will help you gather this much content.
  3. Following points one and two above will make a difference.
  4. Keep in mind that Facebook is not a traditional content platform. What works else where may not work as well on Facebook.
  5. Have fun! Posting to Facebook and talking with your supporters should be fun. Be thoughtful but don’t over think it 🙂

[WEBINAR] How to promote your event on Facebook

Webinar Recording

Notes and Resources

  1. Facebook does have a two week event limit so plan accordingly!
  2. Always use an event page never a full new Facebook page.
  3. Most locations and venues have their own Facebook pages with addresses and full maps. You can link to this inside your event so that people know where to go.
  4. Decide whether you want your event to be public or private on Facebook.
  5. Use this check list when creating your event.