As the Vox.com audience watched the 2020 presidential debates, they also had the opportunity to text Vox co-founder Matt Yglesias their questions. Matt sent texts with his take-aways from the debates and subsequently answered any questions in follow up messages.
CNET converts event followers to fans
CNET used Subtext to share sneak peaks, reviews, and pictures from the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Vegas. As the expo closed, CNET was able to convert 15% of their CES audience into longterm subscribers of their podcast The Daily Charge.
IRONMAN welcomes new participants with attentive texts
IRONMAN relies on Subtext to initiate new attendees of their local triathlon events, answering common questions, and sending text based encouragement. Seasoned IRONMAN athletes and first-timers alike benefit from the sense of community created by connecting with the organization through text.
Why Subtext for Events?
Subtext lets you communicate with and market to your attendees before, during, and after an event with instant and reliable updates.
No downloads or signups.
Don’t ask people to download an app that they’ll only use once. Skip the hassle of managing conversations across multiple social channels. Texting is fast, direct, and intuitive.
Breeze through Q&A.
With Subtext, you have the flexibility to blast out a question to all your subscribers, skim for interesting questions, and easily follow up with individuals on a 1-on-1 basis.
Extend your event.
Just because your event ends doesn’t mean conversations with subscribers need to. We’ll help you bring your event subscribers over to a new engagement campaign.
Keep your tracks on track.
Send general event messages in a broadcast to all subscribers, or send messages to just a subset of subscribers based on their event preferences and interests.
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