Have fun with creative marketing tactics beyond the screen

Offline promotion and event marketing present a unique, exciting opportunity to connect with your audience and local community by creating one-of-a-kind experiences they won’t forget. There are many ways to achieve this, and offline promotion and event marketing can not only be useful tools for your business strategy but also fun for you and your employees!

Host Events 

Hosting an event of your own involves some complex planning and execution, but it will all be worth it for the unique experience and connections it can create. Ensure the event is relevant and enticing to your audience, but not overly promotional. These events not only help you network with new and existing customers and communities but also allow them to put a name and a face to your business, making it more personable and genuine. 

For example, who doesn’t love pizza? PizzaDAO is a global community of artists, creators and foodies who believe that pizza should be free. PizzaDAO is onboarding pizzerias to web3 worldwide and helping them use crypto to empower their businesses and give back to their communities. To celebrate the first cryptocurrency purchase for a real-world asset, they celebrate Bitcoin Free Pizza Day on May 22 in honor of Lazlo Hanyecz’s purchase of 2 pizzas for 10,000 BTC on May 22, 2010. 

Sponsor Events and Contests

Your business may want to start smaller and sponsor local events. Sponsorship is an excellent form of offline promotion, getting your name and logo out there while showing support for the community. Sponsorship can range from partnering with small businesses, sports teams, charities, and local organizations to hosting contests and giveaways to excite your audience and foster word-of-mouth marketing. 

Events like these are a great way to create connections and a sense of community. By partnering with events like these, you can distribute products and reach a very targeted and activated audience. Through these types of partnerships, the marketing impact lives long after the event ends, as guests and sponsors have something to hold onto after they leave. 

Guerilla Marketing 

Moving offline lets you and your business get creative in your marketing strategies. There is no wrong way of getting your brand name and logo into the public’s eye. Guerilla marketing employs unconventional and attention-grabbing tactics in public spaces to reach your audience and make your business stand out. It could be an art piece, flash mob, or anything you can create that commands attention. 

Offline promotion and event marketing are precious tools for your business. They can be done in various ways. In our heavily digital world, these tactics will resonate with your audience even more and give them a strong, lasting impression of your business.  

To attract an audience with a physical presence, contact Sparkable to create an effective plan that reaches your target with a unique and customized experience.