Event Marketing

Posts 10-20 (of 24): Make your event marketing easy. Save time and reach wider with SceneSquid’s proprietary event marketing technology.

5 Social Media Tips for Event Planners

Social media is fun -- but it's also become an invaluable tool for event planners.

published on Jun 12, '16


Art gallery opening promotional tips

Event promotion is essential to establish your gallery as a center for relevant and emerging art.

published on Jun 15, '16


The Event Marketing Blueprint, Part One

Event marketing is a challenging endeavor. Event marketing is a challenging endeavor. Whether you’re a full-time marketer with dedicated staff; a one-person shop getting your

published on Sep 19, '16


Six ways to get publications to cover your event

At SceneSquid, we interact with a lot of event bloggers and calendar editors. Over the last couple years, we’ve been privy to their pet peeves and frustrations in dealing with event PR.

published on Jun 15, '16


Event planning best practices with Evan

Brain Download is a new series where we interview event experts. We intend these interviews to range a wide gamut of personalities and event spaces, with an eye towards bringing you awesome, valuable advice from some of the best in the industry.

published on Jun 15, '16


Unpacking the theater industry

Chad Bauman is the Managing Director at Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Associate Professor of Marketing at Drexel, and the voice behind a well-respected arts marketing blog.

published on Jun 15, '16


Christine Healy talks events and the publishing industry

Christine Healy is an alum of GWU’s Events and Marketing major and is now the Events Manager for InTheCapital.

published on Jun 15, '16


How to Write a Compelling Tagline for Your Next Event

As an event promoter, your job is to get people to attend the grand openings, exhibitions, shows and other special events sponsored by your business.

published on Jun 6, '16


Why You Should Promote Your Event on Local Blogs

Marketing an event inherently means marketing something local. Even if it’s televised the world over, that special show or exhibition can only happen ...

published on Jun 15, '16


Write an Event Description That People Will Actually Read

Your event is planned: The musicians have been booked and the caterer is all set to go. All you have left to do is write and post your event description ...

published on Jun 15, '16