Reporting: Event Marketing
Simply put, the Event Marketing Report lets you know the ROI for any marketing activity you do, anywhere, ever.
HOW TO USE THE REPORT
1. For any, and every, marketing effort - be it Facebook post, email, tweet, postcard distribution, registration link on your website, etc. - you need to create a unique URL
2. The unique URL will track all the traffic and registration conversions you get
3. All the traffic and revenue information is listed in the Event Marketing Report
HOW TO CREATE UNIQUE URLs
From your dashboard click Event Marketing Links (left side, under Marketing + Communications)
Select the Event Name
Click the Add New Link button
Create a Name and unique tag that helps you understand where the link will be used
Copy the URL and use it
WHY THIS REPORT IS GOOD
Sure you may be driving a lot of traffic over from your posts, but is it really turning into registrations? This report will tell you exactly how many registrations you're getting from each activity.
The Event Marketing Report is essentially an ROI report. You know how much you spent on a campaign, now you can see exactly how much revenue you generated from that campaign.
Participant Social Posting
The moment participants complete registration, they are prompted to share on Facebook and Twitter that they've just signed up. We track all of that activity. The Event Marketing Report shows you how many people came to your registration page from Facebook and Twitter posts. (Check out the Participant Referral Report to completely blow your mind!)
That's right, this report doesn't just track imATHLETE marketing campaigns, you can use it for any marketing activity you do, anywhere. Are you making postcards and putting them in retail stores? Put a different URL for each store on the postcards to find out which retailer is driving the most revenue.
Here's an idea, put a unique registration link at the top of your email, another one in the middle and another one at the bottom. Since you can track traffic and conversions via this report, you can figure out if anybody is actually reading your emails.
Did you know that imATHLETE is already doing marketing for you? We are connecting your athletes and letting each other know what events they are doing. The Event Marketing Report shows you how much revenue imATHLETE is generating for you, without you even doing anything!
Revenue By Class
Not only do we tell you how much revenue you created from every campaign, but we break it down by Class. So not only can you see that you made $10,000 from Facebook visitors, but you can tell which race those visitors signed up for.
HOW TO ACCESS THE EVENT MARKETING REPORT
From your Dashboard, click Event Marketing Report on the left sidebar under Marketing + Communications
Go to the Event Marketing Links page (from your Dashboard, link on the left side)
Select the Event Name
Click the Marketing Report link
Click the Reports tab at the top of the page
From the Select Reports drop down menu on the right, choose Event Marketing
LINKS TO OTHER REPORTS
* Reports Overview - the reports homepage with links to all reports
* Event Marketing Report - track your ROI for all marketing activities
* Registration Details - aggregate registration info for an event, incl. year over year comparisons
* Other Reports - a plethora of cool reports you should check out, including...
* ...How many times people participated in your events - yup, look at it. It's pretty cool.
* Custom Questions - aggregate results for each custom question (like t-shirt size)
* Cancellation + Deferrals - everybody who cancelled/deferred including when and why
* Revenue Details - drill down to see where money came from for each statement
* Class Change - see everybody who moved from one race/class to another
* Custom Participant Details Reports - create your own reports in Participant Details
* USA Triathlon Accounting Form - easily create and submit your post-race accounting to USAT
* Merchandise + E-Commerce - see how much you're selling by event
* Registration Method - breakdown of online vs manual vs check registrations
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