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Make Your Physical Events Memorable with Social Media

July 08, 2015 0 Comments

Progress invites you to a special marketing webinar to learn social media strategies for marketing events.

Our Progress® OpenEdge® partners use live events as an integral piece of their overall marketing mix, and why not? They’re a great way to find new customers!

My Partner Marketing colleagues and I spend many an hour on the phone and in person with our partners, working together to help them market more effectively, and events are usually a big part of the discussion. “We love interacting with customers and prospects,” or, “We get so many leads to follow up with,” are things we hear on a daily basis. While we believe in maintaining an appropriate mix of marketing activities, we strive to support what works with our partners. So, why not mix in some other elements of marketing activity that can help your event be even more successful?

How You Can Learn the Social Strategies that make Events More Successful?

We’ve got some ideas to share at our upcoming webinar, entitled “Making Your Physical Event Social.” This webinar is a dedicated marketing empowerment session for OpenEdge partners that will discuss strategies and tactics that can help you make the most of social media channels to start and continue a dialogue that lasts well beyond your events. We may have a couple of tricks up our sleeve to demonstrate, and even offer a special opportunity to our partners that attend!

Join Us for Our Latest Webinar

As you continue to gear up for events this fall and beyond, we hope we can help you learn a few new ideas to help make your events memorable.

Register today for our webinar!

Date: July 22, 2015

Time: 11:00 a.m. ET (8:00 a.m. PT, 4:00 p.m. BST)

 

 

 

AJ Kriete

A.J. Kriete

A.J. Kriete ia a Partner Marketing Manager that works with North America based OpenEdge Partners to help them drive revenue through demand generation marketing activities

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