• 15 October 2020
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Cricket is the worst advertiser of promotions when it comes to wwe I have ever seen. Their marketing stinks. Last year they had bayley out by me for a store signing. Free. Totally walk in meet her take photo and she signs. They don’t promote it. Wwe doesn’t promote it. If I didn’t hear about it because I was working the event at the venue for the wwe show thAt night I’d not have been able to meet her let alone know about it. That. Is. Pathetic. So now it’s a year and change later. They have a virtual meet and greet online to sign up to meet ironically bayley. They post it the day before the event. It was sold out within one hour of advertising. That is also pathetic. They didn’t plan for the amount of people wanting to meet her...or else there are people booking multiple names for more time to talk to her. And I KNOW that is the case. Two friends independent of each other have showed me the screenshots of their multiple setups with Different names and numbers. All the virtual stuff is cheated for wwe thunder dome I get it. Only podcasters with positive things to say are chosen. I can prove that. But cricket has to do the absolute worst job I’ve ever seen in customer service if this is any indication. We are doing a promotion. Let’s either not tell anyone until the day before or not at all. I’m easy to reach. Hey cricket. Reach out and make this right. Email me. If you have any marketing and promotional department at all how about having them touch base as well.

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It does seem like they aren't doing a great job at advertising and planning for the amount of people that would want to attend.


I completely understand your frustration with the way Cricket and WWE have been promoting their events. It's very unfortunate that you missed out on the chance to meet Bayley last year and that the virtual meet and greet sold out within an hour of being advertised.  It does sound like there are people trying to game the system by booking multiple names, which is definitely a problem. I also think that it's important to remember that WWE isn't just trying to promote its events. They're also trying to promote their brand and the wrestlers themselves. Anyway, they need to work with experts like the ones from that have the capacity and suitable solutions to create big campaigns. These guys helped me to turn my online business into a prominent travel company. :)

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I totally agree with you that the organizers of that event didn't seem to plan well for the number of people attending. It's really frustrating when you're excited about an event and then you can't even get in because of the crowds. Have you ever heard of They're a marketing company that specializes in helping CBD and cannabis businesses. I know it might sound like a random mention, but hear me out. If the event organizers had hired a company like Client Verge to help with their advertising and promotion, they probably would have had a better handle on how many people to expect and could have planned accordingly.