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These guides will help you on your path to planning and executing successful virtual, hybrid and in-person event. If you're looking for resources on using Sched, please visit our support guides which feature assistance for all event participants.
Guide To Hosting Hybrid Events

Guide To Hosting Hybrid Events

While online and physical events have their trade-offs, hosting a hybrid event lets you have the best of both worlds. You can have local physical attendees as well as thousands of attendees from across the world through the web. When you choose to host a hybrid event, you’re pitching your program to a much larger audience. Here’s a guide on everything you need to know about hosting hybrid events!
Repurpose and monetize event conent

A Guide To Repurposing & Monetizing Recorded Content

What happens after an event is over? Organizers spend weeks preparing, promoting, and presenting. Surely, there has to be a way to extend the life of all the sessions beyond 60 minutes.

Repurposing content offers a way to market to the people who could not attend the live event. Apart from that, it generates new leads, increases reach and boosts profitability. You can repurpose content for existing and new customers and, while you're at it, focus on making money with this content.
Find Your Attendees And Sell Out Your Event

Marketing Plan for Virtual Events

Marketing for events isn't as simple as slapping up a link of Facebook or Twitter and watching
the attendees sign up. There are a lot of questions that you and your team need to assess
before, during, and after your event. Don't worry, we've got a whole list of them here so you don't
forget anything.
5 Options For Funding Your Event

5 Options For Funding Your Event 

There are so many places to look for funding when it comes to support for your event, but sometimes getting started on the search can be daunting. In this shot guide, we'll discuss a few different avenues for finding the funding you need to give your events, team, and resources a boost.
Virtual Event Checklist

Virtual Event Checklist

It can be overwhelming to think about where to begin when transitioning to the virtual event space. It feels like you're suddenly running a tech company and not the live experience you're used to. This checklist will help ensure you're racing down the right paths to keep your goals set.
Marketing Assessment Focus

Virtual Events: Marketing Focus Assessment

What social media platform will reach your target attendees the most effectively? What are the marketing channels you should be putting 80% of your efforts towards to drive participants to your virtual event? Use this assessment to answer these questions and more for further focus paring with your team.
Get Started And Stay Inspired

Get Started And Stay Inspired - Virtual Event Resources Guide

Event planning might be just one part of your job or maybe you've been running events for years and you're feeling uninspired. If we have too many other tasks to take care of or are too close to the project, we can get blocked. Psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman says “Inspiration awakens us to new possibilities by allowing us to transcend our ordinary experiences and limitations. Download this Virtual Event Resources cheatsheet to keep your audience engaged, direct reviews to the best sites, and keep up to date on the latest in event organization news.
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