Creating an Instagram wall for events can turn attendees into your best photographers, marketers, and ambassadors.
When attending any event, whether it’s a wedding, a 5k, a fundraiser, or a conference, there’s one thing attendees look forward to most after curtains have closed — the photos! Thanks to hashtags, attendees can self-sort pictures from events on their phones, but some of the savviest event planners are now creating an Instagram wall for events.
The basis of creating an Instagram wall for events is pretty straightforward in its execution; planners will hang a large projection screen or TV on a wall with a sign for the designated hashtag, and on the screen, you’ll see a collage of Instagram posts showing up in real time. It usually causes a bit of excitement, because people are natural voyeurs and will rush to get photos of their favorite cocktails, friends, and fun up on the wall at the event. Photo booths were so last year, am I right?
You’ve got a website—and an awesome one at that—but you want to make it a bit fresher without having to log in every day an update it. You think, “hey, I Tweet a lot, why don’t I just show my live Twitter feed on the site,” only to realize that it’s not as easy as it sounds.
We’ve received a lot of requests over the years from people building a social wall for an Everwall coupon code to get a discount. In fact, if you’re seeing this blog post, you probably Googled for a coupon code from us, too.
Well, we don’t want you to be hunting around anymore, so, we went ahead and created one to share with you right now…
Swag can be useful, and actually worth it to handout—here’s how…
It’s an experience which is familiar to all of us in the event’s industry—while attending a trade show or conference, we’re handed a knickknack by a smiling brand ambassador, emblazoned with the logo of the brand responsible for putting on the event or the booth you’re standing in front of. There’s just one problem… the event swag doodad they gave us is totally underwhelming, and more often than not, it’s ugly or cheaply made, and completely useless to us.