Share Your Events on Social Media
Our HELLO STAGE family
keeps growing quickly and although a lot of you
heard me saying it before I am going to repeat it anyway:
Fill in your events!
(to all our new members, do take the time and read all the other blogs in
'Ask Bettina' posts to pick up a lot of tips & tricks)!
That is the only way that
the HELLO STAGE team can learn what
you are up to and we can tweet & Facebook about it and share across our social media channels.
This is also the only
way that orchestras, managers and promoters
can find out when you performed a piece last
(or when you will be performing one in the future)
having searched for repertoire and picked you to investigate.
It is also only in that
way that you pop up on the concert
recommendations on the first page of HELLO STAGE
and get noticed by people near to where the concert is happening.
You can also export your events to
your homepage as well as to your calendar on your phone -
use it as a planning tool by not making
pencilled dates that are so far in the future
public, so that they won’t pop
up by mistake...and much much more.
But now there is a yet another great new reason to do it:
you can now share your events from
HELLO STAGE directly to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Google+, Flipboard etc.
as well as in an email by simply clicking on the relevant icon.
That will not only save you from typing it all
out again but you can also encourage your „readers“
to book a ticket via the link you provided on HELLO STAGE.
Something that every promoter will appreciate.
You are also spreading all of your additional information on
HELLO STAGE to anyone who clicks on your event
on any of the platforms your share to (or per email)
as they are redirected to your profile
this creates traffic to your HELLO STAGE profile
and is beneficial to your ranking on google.
Bettina Mehne manages
the relationships with Artists, Ensembles,
their Managements as well as Promoters on HELLO STAGE.
She toured Orchestras around the world,
worked for London and Germany based Managements,
took care of Die Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen
as their Artistic Manager and headed
the Artistic Planning at the Wiener Konzerthaus for six seasons.
Follow Bettina on Twitter
- you can also
always reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org