Are you getting the desired results from your event marketing campaigns in Twitter? Actually there are more than, 1,000,000 different apps for Twitter and a new one is added in almost every second. With so many apps at the same time, it’s difficult to pick out the ones which can add real value to your event marketing campaign. Here, we are going to talk about some productive twitter tools that can give your event marketing strategy a real boost.
Melissa Crum: My piece is entitled “Blink”. It is a 10-minute short play which takes place in an abstract photo lab. The piece explores what it means to be truly present in a moment. In a world where everything we do is captured and posted on social media pages such as Facebook and insta dp, “Blink” asks, “Are we ever really able to experience a moment without the need for photographic evidence?” Two characters, the Developer and the New Customer, explore these ideas as the New Customer comes to grips with what will be her final photo on Earth.
Hire a photographer. This may be a costlier option depending on who you hire. If you do have the budget for it, though, ask friends to recommend people, or check the freelancer databases for people willing to work with your budget.
Car performances across brands, within a class of car, are so similar theses days that you may well be choosing your car on the basis of the quality of the satellite navigation system. Or perhaps on the quality of the MP3 interface.
Focus on trying one new recipe a week. Instead of feeling stressed about finding the perfect recipe or making the perfect dish, simply start with trying one new recipe a week of something you already enjoy. Maybe you really like hummus? Great, find an awesome hummus recipe. This will get you excited about trying something new without the pressure. You will also start to have a pretty decent recipe collection started after only a few months.
Use short videos: Using popular video sharing websites like YouTube or Vimeo you can upload relevant videos to show exactly what you are talking about. This technique is very handy for online tutorials to different things.
All this talk of brands must have you feeling as though you have stumbled across a marketing blog. No, you’re still here with the cool SEO geeks. But isn’t solid branding and effective marketing the foundation of what SEO is all about? If the branding isn’t right, how can we hope to get our content and SEO strategies right?
So what is next to be shared? Youtube already has videos down. If you guessed gifs or mini-movies, you are correct. The new thing in social media is Vine. Here you can make a looping video clip of whatever you want and share it with people on other social networks. Lots of creativity found in this little app/social network. I recommend it for the aspiring mini-director artistic person in you.