8 Ways To Use MySpace For Events

As of late, there has been some discussion discounting MySpace as a viable channel for marketing. While Facebook has skyrocketed globally to more than 300 million users, MySpace has still been quietly delivering millions of visitors every month.

According to Quantcast, as of November 2009, MySpace has more just under 60 million regular users per month, making it the second largest social network in the US. 57% of users are female and 43% are male. As far as age is concerned, 46% of MySpace visitors are 18-34, followed by 13-17 at 26% and 35-49 at 17%.
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So how can event marketers leverage MySpace for events? Here are 8 ideas to get you started…

Google Wave: The Future of Event Engagement?

Google Wave has the potential to change the communications paradigm for both face-to-face and virtual event marketing.

The Importance of Blogs in Experiential Marketing

Blogs have several benefits for experiential marketers. Blogs can serve as a destination for your communities. Blogs humanize your event by giving it a voice and a personality. Blogs give you an opportunity to participate in conversations ranging from communicating event logistics, to exploring the depth and breadth of content as part of your experience.

Several brands and show producers have been using blogs for some time as part of their event program, but few have done so effectively. Here are some ideas on how you can effectively integrate blogging into your experiential marketing program.