At the bottom of any given event, you'll see the following three buttons:
These buttons give you (and members!) the opportunity to easily share your upcoming events with a wide audience, potentially boosting engagement and attendance with members and non-members alike!
Share by email
Sharing your event by email is a great and easy way to reach a large email contact list. This is especially helpful for members who want to reach their coworkers. Please note that the email will open and use the email provider that is set as the default in your computer settings. If you'd like to share the event by email through a different provider, you will need to follow the directions below under "Other Platforms."
Share on Facebook
Sharing on Facebook is one of the best ways to get your event out to a large number of people. You will need to be logged in to Facebook in your browser to use this feature. If you are not, the pop-up modal will prompt you to login. Once logged in, you'll have the opportunity to add a comment about the event above the link.
Please note that that the default is set to share the link to your personal page. To share on your association page (if you are a Facebook admin), with a specific friend, in a group, or in an existing Facebook event page, use the drop down in the top left of the modal to make your decision.
Share on Twitter
Sharing your event on Twitter is a great way to show your followers what's happening in your association! Followers can even share your tweet by retweeting. You will need to be logged in to Twitter in your browser to use this feature. If you are not, the pop-up modal will prompt you to login.
For other platforms not supported by one of the share buttons, never fear! Simply copy the url of your event (at the top of the page) and paste it into the share option on your platform.
Make sure that you have setup the page's SEO information correctly. Having a well written Title and Description will improve the look of your content when it's being shared. It's also a good idea to pay attention to the friendly file name so that the link being shared is easily readable.