Content Strategy: How to Plan Your Real-time Event Live

By Lucas Espin and Leah Betancourt

If we had a dollar for every time we were asked, 'What can I do to ensure my event is successful?', we'd all be very rich. However we're happy to give the advice away for free because, truth be told, the answer is simple: real-time content coverage success is directly tied to planning.

The ScribbleLive and CoverItLive teams have put our heads together and laid out a road map for real-time content planning.
We hope it helps you prepare for your next event. If you find this checklist helpful, we encourage you to share the knowledge: you can embed it
 on your own website/blog or easily share it among your social network connections. 

Infographic How to Plan For Real-Time Event
by leah.betancourt

Now that we've outlined the steps to plan for a live event, we want to know about the biggest challenge you face:

And Don't Forget ...

Join us at 11 AM EDT on Wednesday for a live chat on DIY marketing with experts Roger Wu, co-founder of Cooperatize; Amy Jo Martin, author of "Renegades Write the Rules" and CEO of Digital Royalty; Marie Alonso, digital strategist at Miles Technologies and Alexis Grant, Founder of Socialexis, a content marketing company. Be sure to follow Scribble Engage on Twitter to learn about more of our upcoming chats and how to make the most out of your content marketing efforts. See how ScribbleLive can help you use content to meet your goals -- even with a small team.

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