It goes without saying, that regular posting on Facebook Events helps to grow the audience and keep your subscribers updated on all possible changes. It is helpful to post with a regular interval to remind people on the Event, to share engaging content and get new subscribers through shares and likes. What you need is to schedule Facebook Event posts.
Effective marketing of your Facebook Events depends on the number of people who know about the Event and can share it with their friends. Viral growth is one of the major instruments to make your Event a success. But how does one increase the number of people who click Going in an Event? You need to know how to invite people to an Event on Facebook.
It is very convenient to use the Facebook Events you are Going for your calendar, so that you are always updated on the upcoming events and birthdays of your friends. But how to add Facebook Events to calendar?
There is a number of ways to remind your subscribers about your Event, but creating polls is double useful. Hesitating what tracks to include in the set list for your Event or wondering whether people were satisfied with the venue last time? Just ask them!
Making any changes to a Facebook Event requires particular permissions that Facebook Event admins have. Recently Facebook changed the terminology, so now page admins are referred to as hosts. Thus, to grant the right to manage and edit your Facebook Event, you need to add a host to the Event.
What is the ideal Facebook Event photo size? Simple as it may seem, the question interest many people who promote on Facebook.
Two vital principles of Facebook promotion
Our goal is to increase the probability of our Event info to appear in newsfeed of interested users. Each step of your Event promotion should start with the following question: “How relevant will this post/ad/event be for the auditory you target? Will people be interested in it? Will they click? Will users respond or leave comments on your post/ad?” But get it right: each ad message should not contain a direct appeal to leave comments or likes. Facebook punishes for that.