Promoting your event in a smart and effective way can drive up your attendance, and draw even more attention to the big ideas and conversations happening at your TEDx event.
In this section, we’ll cover the major necessities for promoting and branding your event:
Your logo and event design will be part of all of your communications materials, so creating a consistent and appealing aesthetic is key.
You have an event page on TED.com, where other TEDx’ers and the larger TED community can find out about your event.
We encourage all TEDx organizers to create an official website for your event. This will serve as an online hub for event info, updates, blog posts, videos and more.
Social media sites like Twitter and Facebook are powerful tools for promotion and online engagement around your event.
Like any great event, you’ll want to create media and press tools for journalists and others interested in knowing more. We have the lowdown on what to cover.
After your TEDx event is over, it will be your job to share your live TEDx talks and performances with the world.
Let’s get started: Logo and design