The Event Landing Page Turns Invitees Into Attendees
Your event’s landing page must do three things—give the complete context so the viewer can immediately decide if they should participate, provide a simple path to register, and allow participants to expand your audience through social networks and viral invitations.
Here’s what Webvent.tv looks for in the Event Landing Page:
1. Event Context: The event’s landing page should have at a minimum: Title, date/time, description, intended audience, cost, presenter, photo, and biography. Content is an important part of a landing page, but knowing what to include and what to omit is very important. It is important to keep in mind who your audience is and make sure that the information you provide is relevant to them.
2. Registration: The event’s landing page is useless if your audience cannot register for the event. The registration form should be simple, with a submit button that is visible “above the fold”, without the need to scroll down.
3. Appealing: Content should include an appealing reason to join, with an attractive presentation that is consistent with your web site
5. Social: To expand the audience beyond your existing community, participants and presenters should have a clear, single-click method to share events with their social network.
6. Invitations: The option to invite others via email to join, branded consistently in the same look and feel, and getting them on the event’s landing page in one-click.
7. Reminders: Participants often register days or weeks in advance, so the landing page should let registrants add the date and time (in the viewer’s time zone) to their calendar with reminders and links to join when the event is live.
Each event serves a different purpose, so each event should have a separate landing page. Organized this way, the event landing pages become a key part of your community growth strategy.
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