Link Share Friday – December 18, 2015

Post show daily links on your social media channels.

Today we’re sharing articles about social media and gamification. And scroll down to learn more about a show daily’s role in your content marketing and inbound marketing strategies.

Ways to Create Social Media Content on a Budget via @MelEdits and @AWCConnect

How Associations Can Turn Numbers Into A Story On Social Media via @InclineMktg

  • This post has some fun, and easy, ideas for content. Think about all the #s from your conference: # of attendees, # of exhibitors, total sq. footage of exhibit hall, # of speakers/sessions and much more. One of our clients takes it a step further – in their closing remarks each year, they include the apx. # of drinks served at the bar during the conference, # of times someone lost their hotel key and total coffee consumption.
Use your show daily to remind attendees about games and contests.
Use your show daily to remind attendees about games and contests.

Get Your Game on via @MidwestMeetings

  • Gamification is a sure-fire way to engage attendees, increase booth traffic for participating exhibitors and incorporate other elements such as your mobile app. Don’t forget to use your show daily to tell attendees about the rules and prizes, and remind them each day to join in the fun.

Have you read these posts?

Did you know a show daily can support your content marketing and/or inbound marketing strategies?

Want to learn more about CustomNEWS’ print and digital publishing services? Contact Jenn Waters, jwaters@showdailies.com.

 Thanks for reading…have a great weekend!

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