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May 2, 2019

Q&A: Six Ways to Make Event Programs More Effective on Social Media in 2019

Event marketers often find themselves “checking the box” on social media and amplification, rather than elevating this important piece of the program with a strategic mindset. In a digital world that’s noisier than ever, and with the next generation of consumer and attendee savvier and more skeptical than ever, marketing teams must shift away from...

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April 17, 2019

At SXSW, Facebook Opens the Doors to its Art Department CSR Program

Social networking sites are about connecting the world and communities, ultimately, through our devices. But for more than a decade, Facebook has been leveraging art to build and impact communities offline. At SXSW this year, Facebook’s Art Department went “live” for the first time in seven years, activating its CSR program and promoting its mission...

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March 20, 2019

Social Media Tip of the Month: Instagram TV

Event marketers are always on the hunt for new ways to digitally engage audiences, and although Instagram TV, which launched last June, is still relatively new, the platform has potential for brands that have compelling content to share. The standalone mobile app offers several benefits. For one, all videos are full-screen and vertical—exactly the way...

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November 13, 2018

Live from EventTech 2018: What You Missed on Day One

Hundreds of marketers from across the country touched down in Sin City Monday morning to kick off the industry’s premier marketing technology conference at the Paris Las Vegas. In true EventTech fashion, the day launched with an off-site excursion where things really “flew off the handle.” That’s right, a small group of adventurous attendees started...

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October 2, 2018

Budweiser Courts Soccer Fans with a Culture-Forward World Cup Final Viewing Event

As the global beer sponsor of the FIFA World Cup, Budweiser wanted to celebrate with soccer fans—some of the most passionate in the globe—in its own backyard. The result was a 750-person Budweiser LIVE World Cup final viewing event in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood on July 15 that featured soccer influencers and athletes, New York City...

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