Invitation to Share Local Events

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Do you enjoy attending events, taking pictures and writing reviews?

We are currently seeking local people to share their event photos and reviews. We’re all about events and what’s happening locally and we’d love your help to highlight and promote the places and events that you care about.

Are you interested in your local community? Do you enjoy writing and sharing helpful information with others? Do you have a specific area of interest? If so, we’d love to have you on our team of Event Bloggers.

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Maybe you want to write about an event you’ve attended in years past or one you’re looking forward to attending soon. Perhaps you love taking photos or making short videos and you want to do a photo-based story and event follow-up, or a promotion for an upcoming event.

As long as your focus is Airdrie Alberta and you are writing in an inviting and complimentary manner, for people of all ages, we welcome your contributions. All blog posts and photos will be attributed to you.

Drop us a line at media@airdrieonline.com

 

How to Write an Awesome Event Listing

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WHAT type of event is it?

Event titles and descriptions should give visitors a sense of what the event is all about.

WHO is hosting the event and WHO should attend?

By including event organizer information, prospective attendees can quickly contact the right person to ask questions about the event. Event tickets also provide an opportunity to answer the “who” question – you can create multiple ticket types such as Members and Non-Members.

WHEN is the event?

Let your attendees know what time the event starts. Ending times are also helpful so people can plan their time accordingly.

WHERE is the event?

Location matters. Besides listing the basic venue information, it can be helpful to include bus routes, driving directions, and availability of parking.

WHY is this event being held?

Perhaps the most important question to answer with an event listing is why it is being held. Whether it’s a fundraiser for a local school or a major industry conference, sharing the “why” helps attendees align their expectations with the goals of the event.