You have decided to organize your private virtual event through Live Streaming and want to know how to communicate with your target audience?
Find out how in this article.
Step 1: Create your invitation email
As usual, create your invitation email. Add the key information of your event such as title, date, time and topics.
Add a brief description of the speakers if you wish.
Step 2: Add your virtual event link
Since the event is private, your participants need an access code to log in.
If the event is public, your participants do not need a login code to connect. You just have to communicate the link of your virtual event.
To do this, start by adding your button by selecting the "Button" type content in the block on the right and then drag it onto the structure of your email once you see the small blue tab appear.
Select your button on the email then right click on "Special Links" below the URL.
Then click Live stream > URL live stream.
Step 3 (reserved for Private Live Streaming): Add the participant code
For Public Live Streaming, go directly to step 4.
Once you've added the live link, all you have to do is share the code to access the Live. You can find it easily in LIVE STREAMING > Settings.
Or, you can generate it automatically without having to go and retrieve it in a new tab, simply.
Write your text below, then in the black text settings box click "Merge Tags". In the drop down list select the "Live stream participant code" field.
Step 3: You can communicate
Once your email is ready don't forget to register. Test by sending this new email from the Campaigns > INVITE tool.
Once ready, the communication can be launched!
- We advise you to create your communication as usual starting with a save the date or an invitation allowing participants to register first and then repeat it until the big day. Knowing who is interested in your event will allow you to communicate better and keep them informed.
- You can create a first invitation email with a linked registration form and then automatically attach a confirmation email with the Live link and the event details for example.