Add Social Media to Your Green Event Strategy

greenfestfbGreen Social  such as our own GreenFest events go hand-in-hand with social media green marketing. Or, they should. If you’re not thrilled with your green event’s RSVP list or you want to prevent the common nightmare of having a party to which no one comes, reach out to clients using the social platforms they frequent all day long: Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, Flickr and YouTube. This guide will explain the reasons and benefits of using social media when planning your green event, including:


  • Reviewing the major social media networks and how they work
  • Deepening your relationship with your green customers using Web 2.0
  • Using social networks for pre-green event planning, promotion, and post-green event follow up
  • Taking photos and video clips of your green events to go viral
  • Creating social media accounts, even if you don’t use them
  • Using social networks to get feedback on event details, before or after your green party
  • Incorporating Online Surveys to poll customers about things like, interest level, dates available, food preferences, green entertainment choices
  • Creating buzz by letting clients spread the word before, during and after your event
  • Leveraging your marketing blog by telling personalized behind-the-scenes green event planning stories — which will make your small business more approachable while promoting your event
  • Learning social media etiquette, so you don’t annoy people
  • Branding your event with a  green “hashtag” so you can see who is talking about it
The Green Marketing Company hopes you find this information helpful. The Green Marketing Company’s goal to help you go green and earn green through the application of cost effective, green marketing techniques. Contact The Green Marketing Company Today!
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