Social Wall : Amping Up Events

1. 73% of event planners said that social media is important for their events.

2. 53% of organisers stated that social media has increased the popularity of their events.

(Source: Lightspan Digital)

event2mobile’s new Social Wall module makes it easy for event managers to boost attendee engagement, by pulling real-time data from Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram, and Tumblr. It also shows all social updates within a single interface, for hassle free social listening.

Stream the Social Wall to a large screen at your venue and beam updates about event-related updates on social networks. Your attendees will see updates they post on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and more, in real time. They will also see updates posted by others. Expect engagement rates to shoot through the roof.

You can connect to attendees (read: prospective clients) and influencers through the Social Wall. Identify attendees who are likely to be interested in your business and send one-on-one messages via the in-built messaging feature. Find influencers and encourage them to promote your event. With event2mobile, you can do all this through a single user interface.

To further amp up the effects of social networking, ask attendees to use your event hashtag when they post event photos, or tweets. That will initiate conversations around your event and raise event awareness.

Show company videos, presentations, Facebook and LinkedIn stats, as well as Klout scores, all on the Social Wall, to create a ‘wow’ effect. That way, you can promote your business, and also increase audience engagement.

We’re in a mobile-first world and to stay ahead of the curve, you have to leverage the latest mobile technologies to successfully turn your audience into leads. Intrigued? Click here to talk to us about mobilizing your next event or conference.

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