Create a compelling website or landing page for the event
Email your list of members and your networks. Create an e-mail that's easily forwarded by leaders & members.
Post your event on social media, encourage leaders and members to amplify and share it.
Post twice a week (LinkedIn, Twitter)
Reach out to other organizations to invite them and to cross-promote the event...
Other local communities
Industry associations, ideally local branches (see list on partnerships page)
Technology companies in your area
Publications and websites appropriate to your industry/ audience
Have door prizes, good food, and other tangible "stuff" to attract people.
Find partners & sponsors to help with this!
Create a flier, post and distribute it in places where your audience will be
Mail physical invitations to local companies
You can pay for marketing ads through Google Ads, LinkedIn Ads, or Facebook Ads, and local publications.
Can Autodesk Promote Group Network Events & Activities?
Yes, we can promote, share, and re-tweet through @adskCommunity Twitter account.
For questions, or if you'd like to get the word out through another Autodesk channel, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Marketing 101: How to Keep Attendees Engaged Before, During and After Your Event (Buffer.com Marketing Library)
20 simple ways to promote your event using social media (Canva Blog) - This includes some Canva templates.
How to Promote an Event on Social Media in 12 Steps (EventBrite Blog)
9 Effective Ways to Use Social Media to Promote Events (SocialPilot blog)
16 Ways to Use Social Media to Promote Your Event (Social Media Examiner)
10 Surprising Social Media Tips for Promoting Events (Bizzabo blog) - tips for each platform
Social Media Event Promotion: The Complete Guide (HootSuite Blog)