Gone are the days that the only thing you can do to invite people during event planning is flyers, sending text messages and calling out potential and interested attendees for the upcoming workshop.

Due to technology influence, our options to publicize are getting wide and these strategies do not require you to get out of your lovely home.

On Facebook

You can create an event post, include a short introduction about the workshop, details on what they can expect to the event, location, date and other special participants. In addition to that, if you run a business page on Facebook, you can also publish a post and pin it on top of the page to inform your followers.

On Instagram

Almost 58,4% of event planners like you, use Instagram to show off and make everyone following their page to get excited about the upcoming workshop.  You don’t have to do the event planning in a hard way, you can post stories in Instagram about behind the scenes to entice everyone in your circle to involve themselves to the event.

Moreover, if your target attendees for the event are millennials, Instagram is definitely the perfect social media platform you can take advantage. Set your account into a public profile to get wider audiences and interested people to the event. Since most of the active Instagram users are 18 to 29 years old.

On LinkedIn

If you want to get straight to the point without any gimmicks and flowery words, make use of LinkedIn. As this social media platform are commonly used by professionals, if you want to propose for a possible collaboration or you are in need of speakers related to the topic you’d discuss, LinkedIn is most probably the ideal place for you to market.

When it comes to event planning never forget and don’t hesitate to use these social media platforms.

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