Jerry Banfield with EDUfyre – Facebook Event Promotion Tips From Start to Finish
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Facebook Event Promotion Tips from Start to Finish!
Take this course to learn how to promote an event on Facebook using the newsfeed, invitations, and advertising in 2016!
If you want to learn how to promote an event on Facebook, you might love this course! Take this course to see my system for creating and promoting a new event I make on Facebook which results in hundreds of people attending! When you finish this course in a few hours, you will have the opportunity to avoid the mistakes I made promoting events on Facebook and feel confident you know what to do in making your own event on Facebook!
How did I gain the experience to teach this course? I promoted my own Facebook events and a world tour for a client. My first two Facebook events were complete disasters. I spent a lot of time, money, and energy creating and advertising events that NO ONE CAME TO! These failures motivated me to keep trying new strategies which finally resulted in a successful event that launched my career in teaching online. You are here now because of the first successful Facebook event I did which showed me what I could do that the world would appreciate most. My successful Facebook event led me to promoting a world tour for a client in cities across the USA. The experience from this gave me the tools to make a course for you that I hope is simple, effective, and fun!
Thank you very much for reading this and I hope to answer any questions you have in the course soon!
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In 2005 while I was in college at the University of South Carolina, I tried to start working online. I signed up for an MLM program and a survey website. A month later, I had refunds from both and figured working online was not possible because everything was a scam. The truth was I was afraid to fail again.
In 2011, I moved in with my wife and launched an online business focusing on video game addiction in an attempt to avoid dealing with any of my other problems. In a few months, I changed my business to selling shirts because I realized there was no money in video game addiction. A year after starting my business, I dropped out of my criminology PHD program at the University of South Florida to run my business full time which by then had changed to helping clients with Facebook and Google ads based on my experience failing to do them successfully for myself.
In 2013, I starting sharing everything I knew for free on YouTube because I hoped it would help me get more clients. By April 2014, I was nearly bankrupt after failing at 15+ different business models. I was also nearly dead from trying to drink the pain away and fortunately the fear of death motivated me to get into recovery. Being in recovery motivated me to focus more on being of true service to others and less on what I would get out of it. I started making courses online with Udemy which soon turned into my first real business. I partnered with as many talented instructors as I could and learned from top instructors how to get my courses the most sales.
In 2015, I tried making some inspirational videos sharing what I learned in recovery and got an amazing response on YouTube. To make the background on my videos more interesting, I started making the inspirational videos while playing video games. To make a more helpful website, I hired a freelancer to convert the videos into blog posts including this about page originally.
Use this course to take one step at a time with me promoting your Facebook event. (1:13)
What experience do I have with events on Facebook? (6:28)
What is an event on Facebook? (1:35)
Where do you find events on Facebook? (1:48)
Who can create events on Facebook? (3:10)
Planning an event that I am excited about. (4:06)
How to create an event on a Facebook page. (3:17)
What’s holding you back from going forward with your event? (3:02)
Setting a start and end time for the event. (2:35)
Picking an image that has no text quickly for the event. (2:52)
Focusing everyone at one destination. (3:19)
Writing a description that appeals exactly to the person guaranteed to attend. (16:26)
Free events usually are much easier than paid events. Creative pricing strategy. (5:51)
Publishing the event once everything is in place. (2:08)