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Virtual events range from virtual happy hours and small social gatherings (e.g., virtual trivia and game nights) to webinars, livestreams, trade shows, and even conferences. When deciding on what type of virtual event you want to run, start with the desired goal of the event.
Once you know what type of virtual event you need, it’s time to create a plan. The more detailed your plan is, the more successful your event will be. Make sure that your registration form ties in directly with your email marketing platform, such as Mailchimp, as well as with tools like Slack and Zapier. This integration will allow you to sync your registration process with all of the other software you’re using to organize and run your event.
The software you use for your virtual event will largely depend on the type of virtual event you’re running. If it’s a webinar or a conference, tools like Crowdcast, Demio, RingCentral, GoToWebinar, and Zoom are all solid options. For a livestream, you might want to consider a tool like Twitch, YouTube Live, or Facebook Live.If you’re planning a virtual summit or an interactive trade show, check out software like HeySummit, Remo, Hopin, Run The World, and Airmeet.
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Kimberly JohnsonVP of Marketing
Just because you come up with a brilliant idea and create a registration page doesn’t mean people will automatically sign up. You need to promote your virtual event. With virtual events, trouble with Wi-Fi connections is one of the biggest potential glitches. One way to reduce the risk of having issues is to do a practice run of your virtual event beforehand with your entire team and all of your presenters.
I like to use an expanded Net Promoter Score (NPS) survey for both in-person and virtual events. However, the type of survey and format don’t matter. The most important thing is that you have a way to collect feedback after the event. Surveys allow you to understand what people liked about the event, identify any improvements you could make in the future, and collect testimonials you can use in future promotions.