Mastodon is about people connecting with people, it’s not a business or marketing thing. But it still has clear possibilities to aid meeting and event communities.
No social media platform remains static. It’s important to keep abreast of changes and adjust how you use each channel.
Twitter has become an incredibly effective way to promote your event and engage with your audience. And if you listen closely to the conversations, you’ll learn a lot about both your industry and the people involved in it. Armed with that information, you’ll be on the road to holding a better event.
Given how fast things change in the mobile and social media worlds, there’s more you need to know to have a fantastic fall event season.
The Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau in Alabama wants to chat with planners in 140 characters or less.
Our results were mixed, but we know that avoiding social media is an extinction plan, not a membership strategy.