Best Practice Guide: Before creating Peer Scheduling campaigns

There are currently two ways of rolling out a campaign. You can do either or both campaign types based on your preference. We strongly recommend Peer Scheduling campaigns because it is easier and quicker to roll out to a large group. 

The major differences between Peer Scheduling and Predefined Lead campaigns are in the setup process and Peer Scheduling campaigns do not require a session leader, although it is optional.

In this article, we will guide you through best practices for rolling out a Peer Scheduling Campaign.

Target Audience

Before you start you should define your targeted audience for the training. Will it be a certain team (sales), office (Oakland, CA), or your whole company? 


Our platform will send out emails to employees to request that they pick a time to attend Hacker's Mind. We recommend that you coordinate the communication efforts with your communications or marketing team. They can help structure your email templates in the Elevate Platform (EP) and assist with any emails or communications you are sending outside the platform. 

Scheduling and Booking Rooms

You will need to schedule and book rooms ahead of time. You will need to book a room for each session that fits 8-10 people. Sometimes the best partners are your office managers or executive assistants who can help you with large scale room booking.   


Campaign Rollout

After you've done the above steps, now it's time to roll out your Hacker's Mind campaign. You can follow the steps in this articleRolling out a campaign: Peer Scheduling.

Now you're ready to play Hacker's Mind! 


Next Steps

Rolling out a campaign: Peer Scheduling
Hacker's Mind Game Glossary


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