Event and conference write-ups

When organising an event or a conference, you want to ensure that you provide as much value as possible to your delegates. A great way to do that is to organise an official write-up. This provides a long-term record of proceedings, and is perfect for those who don’t get the chance to attend or make notes.

What are the benefits of an event write-up?

  • Key speakers are captured onstage
  • Good-quality photos of each session
  • Interesting facts, figures and quotes shared on social media
  • Helps to promote future events

Event write-up examples

Here are some samples of events I’ve covered:

Digital 2016

Digital 2016
~4300 words

CMA Live 2017: The big write-up

CMA Live 2017
~6100 words

How does an event write-up work?

Invite me to your event and I’ll take all the notes to create the write-up. The final product will consist of written content mixed with tweets and photos of the event.

Will you tweet on our behalf?

Yes! To publish tweets on your behalf, I’ll ask for access to your official Twitter account for the duration of the event. Your social media manager will be able to grant me this access.

Tweets are a great way to capture some of the buzz and excitement around your event, and to share some of the insights from your speakers. Here are just a few examples:

If you’d prefer not to share updates on social media, I can still capture photos and videos of the day and embed these into the post.

How much does an event write-up cost?

I usually ask event organisers to pay for my expenses and time at the event plus 1 additional day to finalise and deliver the content (see my day rates).

Get in touch to let me know about your event and I’ll give you a quote.

Get a quote for your next event