Facebook pages have become a way for brands, both large and small, to connect with the people that invest in them. Running a page for an event such as a music festival is ultimately about selling tickets. For a resort its filling cabins and luring people with great food and accommodations photos. In the sea of imagery, you want to stand out.
Whether you’re just starting out or you’re a solopreneur used to doing it all, you might be tempted to bootstrap your design tasks—everything from putting together ebooks and white papers to making blog graphics—but that could be a huge mistake for your business and your brand.
Marketing for a music festival is a huge ongoing task. Having been to a few and done marketing once or twice for a festival or other events like this, I am writing this guide as an educational piece for anyone crazy enough to get involved with a music festival. Read More