Tip 1- Go live online in our Webcast Studio
Many organisers put after videos of events online, or let viewers watch via a live stream. It’s also possible to make live interactive contact with participants who cannot attend the event in person. Sound and Vision The Hague has a professional webcast studio where you can organise a live broadcast with speakers. Viewers (and previous visitors) can ask questions live online and take part in the discussion. Hire a professional presenter to create and experience the best possible online event. Book now, because there is currently a high demand for these services.
Tip 2 – Change the date and keep in contact
We can advise you on options to reschedule your event to different date. In the meantime, what should you do with your visitors? Will you cease all communication until you start sending invites again? It’s wise to use this period to connect with your participants. For example, record video messages with the speakers, or conduct a survey. For more information, please contact us.
Tip 3 – Start an online community
You probably have set goals for your event and have a database with people who you want to reach through your event. An online community like SharePoint provides a virtual location to discuss and share ideas. This open communication increases the level of discussions because users share their expertise and learn from each other
Tip 4 – Go Social!
Create a special event page via Facebook or LinkedIn and share as much content as possible. Ask (online) visitors questions and share experiences. Stay in contact.