Here in the states, it’s election day today. And in case you missed it, there are two very different candidates waiting for your votes today (there’s more, but sadly only two of the parties get any consideration). After you’ve got your vote in, we have some great news for those of you holding election day parties and events—templates!
We’ve noticed a huge uptick in people creating election day Tweetwalls, and we thought, “hey, what a great idea!” To make things better, and your election day events event more awesome, we’ve created 3 different templates you can use for your election day event. They are completely free for any Tweetwall (The Tweetwall is still paid, sorry).
Collecting data from your festival doesn’t need to be a challenge and with a little planning, it can actually be easy, and give you insights you never thought possible.
As an event organizer, you know one thing to be true: the data you collect today can be used to make more informed decisions in the future. For this reason, it’s a must that you learn the ins and outs of collecting data at a festival. By implementing the right strategy, you’ll be left with mounds of data to comb through once your event comes to an end.
Here are three of the best ways to collect data at a festival:
Social media has been taking the marketing world by storm for years now, that’s nothing new. What’s new is digital signage, and how it’s changing the way customers use social media when in person. While old ways to connect with users such as mail marketing is dying out, the latest way includes catching customers at times when they’re already on or near their phones and providing them with the right hashtags and and your brand’s usernames to connect with.
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