If you’re a marketer who has at least peripheral interest in wellness (who doesn’t these days?), I invite you to consider the following hypothesis:
Marketing and wellness might not share much in terms of subject matter, but most of the content that covers marketing and wellness shares an unfortunate trend:
It’s crappy clickbait that offers a supposed path to getting more out of doing less.
Continue reading “‘WCW’ Event Series: Wellness and Business Advice That’ll Make You More Productive”
When we first kicked off the planning process for our Women Crushing It Wednesday series, I wrote a blog post about why every marketing team should consider hosting an event series. I also said the hardest part of hosting an event is the first step: Setting the date and making the commitment to follow through with it.
Continue reading “The Power of Event Marketing Automation: Lessons From Our Event Series”
Once we settled on the idea for our event series, Women Crushing it Wednesday, we couldn’t wait to start advertising. But we knew that in order to attract attention from the community and get the right attendees through the door, we needed to partner with some stellar panelists. As with all of our other marketing initiatives, great event content would be essential.
Continue reading “Creating Content for Your Marketing Event: How to Recruit and Work With a Stellar Group of Panelists”
Last night we officially kicked off our Women Crushing It Wednesday event series, and we’re so excited by the response and for the upcoming events in the series (stay tuned!).
Continue reading “‘WCW’ Event Series: Our Favorite Insights from the First Event”
We announced in a previous blog post that the marketing team at Event Farm is kicking off an event series! We’re using our own event tech every step of the way and documenting the entire experience. This is your front-row seat to our planning process and inside look into how we’re thinking about the strategy and details.
Continue reading “How We Set Event Goals To Generate Quality Leads, Build Brand Awareness, and Drive Revenue”
The Museum of Ice Cream is not a museum. And despite its gift shop—which sells everything from pink journals to $149 “self-love pinky rings”—it’s not a store. It’s also not a confectionery, even though ice cream, cotton candy, and other treats are available to visitors as they wander through the exhibits.
Continue reading “What Can The Museum of Ice Cream Teach Marketers About Experiential?”
The Event Farm marketing team is getting ready to host an event series. As our CRO, Chad, likes to say, it’s an exercise in eating our own dog food. The marketing team prefers to think we’re sipping our own champagne.
Continue reading “Every Marketing Team Should Host an Event Series—Here’s How We’re Planning Ours”
Digital marketing has drawn marketers into a cycle where we increasingly focus on quantity over quality.
Continue reading “Marketing Is Broken. We Want to Fix It.”
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: we’re living in the experience economy. More than ever before, it’s about how your brand interacts with your buyer. Today’s buyer craves to be intrinsically understood on a personal level and presented with solutions that seamlessly align with who they are.
Continue reading “Events: How Brands Can Win in the Experience Economy”
Technology is shaping the way we do business, and smart tech relies on good data—the more the better. As I outlined in the first post of this series, event marketers need to ensure that they have processes in place that will make them smarter today and simultaneously set them up for success in the future. The best way to do that is to collect data.
Continue reading “Building a Data-Driven Event Marketing Strategy? Start Here.”