the user has registered for the event, they should receive an automated email confirming that they have registered correctly. This email serves as a reference point for everything related to the event, since it is likely that the user will consult it again. Therefore, it should include the basic information and, in the case of virtual events, a link to be able to follow the live broadcast. If you're going to use referral codes for attendees to send to their contacts, this email is a good place to include them. 3) Related Resources Email Between the moment of registration and the day of the event,
it is a good idea to complement the email marketing strategy with a series of emails that enrich the experience and maintain anticipation. For example, you can create a series of automated emails that send free content related to the event, such as clipping path service videos, e books or templates. You can also send "teasers", for example, an interview with one of the speakers or a video with the best moments from previous editions of the event. 4) Additional information email for virtual events If you organize a virtual event, you must take into account the fatigue generated by video conferences.
Normally, in this format it is difficult for us to follow the thread of many talks in a row, and many times technical problems arise. So that your attendees can get the most out of the event, you can send them a series of additional emails, for example, a detailed summary of each presentation so that they can decide which ones to attend, profiles of each speaker, links to the presentations or other additional materials. 5) Reminder email Depending on the time that elapses between registration and the event, we can schedule one or more reminder emails so