Congratulations on being part of FanX 2017! We would like to help our guests, panelists, artists, and vendors maximize their exposure and have a successful show. Please see our suggestions below on how to use social media to promote your appearance at FanX 2017.
1. Getting Started on Social Media
Using social media networks are a great way to gain attention for your appearance. To get started, we suggest that you create official social media pages for yourself or your business (if you haven’t already). Find Salt Lake Comic Con’s official social media pages, HERE.
Tips for Facebook
- After we announce your participation for the event, share your Announcement or Showcase Image (more info below) from the Salt Lake Comic Con Facebook page to your professional and personal Facebook pages. This will help spread awareness of the event and your appearance. Find instructions on how to share, HERE.
- Create your own Facebook event for your FanX 2017 appearance. Find instructions how to create a Facebook event page, HERE. Invite your current fans, friends, and family.
- You can use the official event page for FanX 2017 to post related updates, such as product showcases, special offers, and Exclusives (more info on this page).
More Social Media Sites
In addition to Facebook, you can share announcements about FanX 2017 on other social media sites such as Twitter, Google Plus, Pinterest, Tumblr and Instagram. Some important things to remember:
- Use the official event hashtag (#FANX17) on related posts on your social media sites to help our fans find your account.
- To make sure our social media team is aware of your posts and accounts, you should also tag Salt Lake Comic Con’s official social media accounts. (Find our official accounts, HERE.) We are most likely to share posts on Twitter and Instagram.
- Vendors: please include your Booth # on your posts. (Booth #s will be assigned closer to the event. If you have questions please contact your Utah Media Group representative.)
- Panelists: please include all panel information (location, date, time, etc) on your images or in the description.