Fashion Event Coordinator Debuts Guide to Using Photo and Video Promotions Responsibly
May 31, 2014 --
Austin, TX (PRWEB) May 31, 2014
Promoting your events through more than one outlet and with the right materials is essential, according to FashionMingle.net contributor Syretta Avent. Her guide to using photos and videos details how to enhance promotion content; tells readers how to create events that boost buyer confidence, while keeping participating vendors profitable. These tips can be applied to everything, from invites to advertisements, and are essential for fashion event planners in the beginning of a lucrative career.
Avent encourages the use of photo collage apps in her 5-point guidelines, offering advice on how to involve copyrighted music in the material and how to use social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter to advertise directly to potential party guests.
Avent also shared tips for making promotional videos and professional photos for events. Use pictures and/or a short, 30-second script to describe the event in a way that will entice spectators to attend your upcoming soiree.
Whether you prefer using Android or iOS, the ability to create and share your promotions is at your fingertips, said Avent. Her insightful guide has easy-to-follow, practical tips that strongly encourage burgeoning fashion shopping party and event planners to take advantage of accessible technology.
The professional fashion event coordinator also made a point to remind readers that advertising in newspapers and broadcasting a commercial via local television greatly will increase the size of event attendance. With solutions for budgets ranging from modest to hefty, there are answers to advertising on any budget in Avents guide on FashionMingle.net.
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