Share the photos of the event in a photo album on the website afterwards. Upload all photos to the media gallery, then create a photo album page. The photos appear in a small format on the website and are expanded when you click on them.
Evaluate an event’s success with a survey, choose from different input fields such as text field, pull-down list or rating scale. The results of the survey can be viewed in real time. You get to choose whether the guests participate anonymously in the survey or whether their personal details are kept.
Send out an email campaign afterwards to thank your guests for attending the event. Share any photos, videos or presentations in the email, or a link to the survey. Communicate separately with no-shows. You may also wish to charge a no-show fee.
Halito! makes measuring the success of the event a lot more efficient. Various statistics and reports make it clear whether the pre-set goals have been achieved. This will give you an insight both into what went well and into points for improvement.
Assess whether the goals of your event are reached through event evaluation. What did the visitors think of your event? You can send a survey with Halito! after your event. You have most likely predetermined goals before the event. Base the questionnaire on the goals you have set for optimal event evaluation. There are a lot of lessons to be learned from the respondents’ answers. These learnings can help you improve your events for those to come. The timing of the survey is important. Sending it the day after will lead to very positive reactions. Sending it a week after will lead to the most representative results, because the visitors will have had time to evaluate their experience. If you send the survey too late, then the results won’t mean much.