The 4 Stages of a Successful Trade Show Social Media Plan

By on April 7, 2017

If you did nothing else with social media but used it to listen, you’d be light years ahead of companies who have no interest in the medium. Social media allows you to listen in on conversations taking place in the convention- center hallways, around break stations, and even on the plane.”
– Traci Browne, Author, The Social Trade Show

Although we’re well into 2017 it’s never too late to add resolutions to your trade show promotions list. This helpful infographic from Marketo provides a solid checklist for your trade show social media plan – essential if your trade show goal is to boost brand awareness. We fully stand behind each item and hope you’ll make it a core part of your trade show this year.





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