Best overall use of social media (b-to-c) Archives - Event Marketer

Best overall use of social media (b-to-c) Archives - Event Marketer

December 15, 2015

Imagine Dragons, Southwest Host an In-Flight Concert

In a competitive field of discount carriers, Southwest Airlines wanted to build brand affinity and awareness among adults ages 18 to 54. Turns out, the way to do that was through music, specifically Imagine Dragons, one of the hottest bands on the planet. The big idea was a fully integrated, never-been-done-before program in partnership with...

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December 15, 2015

Cisco’s Social Media Command Center Drives Key Messaging

Cisco Live spans five days and involves hundreds of thousands of partners, influencers and customers, both in-person and virtually. Social media utilized before, during and after the event helps the company leverage their interest and enthusiasm into a thriving year-round community that amplifies key messages beyond the event’s ecosystem and enhances the experience for all...

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December 15, 2015

HP Drops a Social Media Net Over its Discover Event

They say good things come in threes, and the three-pronged social media plan behind HP Discover 2015, Hewlett-Packard’s three-day bi-annual conference and trade show, is no exception. HP’s new Social Everywhere strategy, Social Media Hub and Word Cloud Portraits were a win-win-win that generated the best social media metrics ever for HP Discover. HP enjoys...

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October 27, 2015

Cascading ‘Twitterfall’ Logs Rogers Cup Social Chatter

The Rogers Cup Tennis Tournament is the Canadian equivalent of the U.S. Open—an event filled with passionate fans, elite players and a lot of opportunities to connect with an affluent demographic. So to take full advantage of its investment as the presenting sponsor, Rogers Communications (they’re like the Time Warner of Canada) unleashed a Twitter...

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October 27, 2015

Bacardi Lets Consumers Cast ‘Likes’ for Experiences

The event industry has a case of “experiential crowdsourcing” fever. For as long as most marketers can remember, all of the decisions about what a campaign would look like, where it would go and what consumers would experience were made in a conference room. But to keep pace with today’s empowered consumers who are increasingly...

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