This is not a political event, but it may be of interest to those of you who have something to promote online, whether it’s a campaign or a business.
RSVPMaker lets you manage events on your own WordPress website. How do you get people to come to your website and RSVP? Although social media promotion is important — and the strong support you get for search and social is one of the main reasons to use WordPress as a foundation for promoting your events — a good email list of customers and fans is also invaluable. One of the strongest online services for sending marketing email of any sort is MailChimp. RSVPMaker’s new, improved MailChimp integration makes it the ideal way to send invitations to events you’re promoting through your WordPress website.
I’ve also been using the MailChimp / RSVPMaker combination for years now to send automated weekly calendar of events roundups to the members of a couple of different online communities. The techniques I’ve used for that process are now coming to RSVPMaker as standard features.
In this webinar, conducted via Google Hangouts on Air (which RSVPMaker also explicitly supports), I will walk through the possibilities, answer questions and get your feedback on what you would like to see improved in RSVPMaker.
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