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Social media and e-promotion

 

1. Facebook 'Like' and 'Tweet this' buttons

Each of the articles on the website has a Facebook 'Like" button and a 'Tweet' button, plus a number of other social share buttons.

If you have a Facebook™ account, you can click on the 'Like' button and the article gets distributed to your friends via your Facebook wall. This means you can promote various bands/shows and get the message out about the club in a simple way to more people. 

Be sure to comment on events and let people know you'll be going along.

The same applies to the 'Tweet' button. If you have a twitter account, simply click the 'Tweet' button and sign in to twitter. The article title and a link will then be sent to your followers.

2. Facebook Group Pages

If you are a member of, or own, a Facebook group page that is music-related, please share our Facebook event listings and posts on those pages. Again, this will help spread the word far and wide.

3. Photos 

When you visit the Perth Blues Club, take a selfie or other image showing people having fun and post it on your Instagram and/or Pinterest pages as well as your regular Facebook page using the hash-tag #perthblues. 

Make sure you also use the "check-in" feature.

4. Review & Ratings Websites

If you've had a good time at the Club, post a review on sites such as tripadvisor™ to encourage others to visit. Again, there's nothing better than a personal recommendation. 

4. Banner ads

From time to time, we create special Banner Ads for specific events and we'll post them, with the code, on a separate page. These will link either to details about the event on the PBC website or to the location where tickets can be bought.

We also have a number of general banner ads that can be used on websites and in email footers - in fact anywhere online. These will link to the PBC website's homepage.

5. QR Codes

A QR code (abbreviation for Quick Response code) is a specific matrix barcode (or two-dimensional code) that is readable by dedicated QR barcode readers, and smart phones such as Blackberry, iPhone and Android. The code consists of black modules arranged in a square pattern on a white background. The information encoded may be text, URL, or other data.

It is a simple way of sending or posting information about places and events as it can lead the user to a website, photo, general text or phone number where they can obtain the details.

These are just some of the ways in which you can help promote the Perth Blues Club. We hope you can at least use one of these methods (preferably more) to help us grow our membership so we can provide more music events and better services to our members.

Thanks for taking the time.