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Posted in: Featured Festivals Tips, Tricks, & Best Practices for Festival Organizers on October 30, 2018 by Shannon McFarland

CaperCon convention attendees wait to meet actor Scott McNeil

You’ll find superheroes, villains, and anime characters at CaperCon. Or at least fans dressed up as their favorite characters from various games and shows! During the three-day convention in 2018, CaperCon brought together nearly 1,000 people while organized completely by volunteers. This annual pop culture event in Cape Breton is like a smaller, local version of ComiCon, the enormous multi-genre entertainment convention. Fans play games, attend panels, meet guest stars from shows, dress up as favorite characters and showcase artistic tributes…

Posted in: Guest Blogs Tips, Tricks, & Best Practices for Festival Organizers on December 12, 2017 by Alex Brewer

This blog was written by Brooklynn Boyer. Brooklynn is the Manager of Marketing and Customer Success at Socialpeeks. Ticket sales for your event can come from multiple sources. Your Instagram follower account may be high but you notice that very few sales actually come from your profile and/or followers. So, what’s up? Here’s a reassuring thought: Social selling is hard. The ratio of social selling professionals to those brands who aren’t selling on social media is 50/50. Meaning: You’re not losing…

Posted in: Tips, Tricks, & Best Practices for Festival Organizers on September 5, 2012 by darren

One of the best ways to ensure continued success for a music festival or conference is to make sure everyone has an amazing time. If they have a great time, there is a good chance they will share their positive experience with their friends. There is also a good chance they will come back. Whether your festival has already passed or is coming up soon, it is highly advised to collect satisfaction data and to incorporate the results of this…

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