The Emarketing Blog

Do-it-yourself Online Event Management and Digital Marketing Tips to Help Your Organization Succeed

Simplicity in Event Website Design Doesn’t Necessarily Mean the Retro 90’s

The New York Times recently published an article titled “The Latest in Web Design? Retro Websites Inspired by the ’90s” that shows us that there is a unique and almost punk-rock renaissance of pre-millennium (Y2K) website design optics.  The nostalgia for the 90’s and a simpler web page is starting to rear it’s “Dancing Hamster” […]

Complete the Cycle of Digital Event Management with Online Attendee Surveys

Your event was one for the ages. It was a smashing online event management success on both the financial and social levels. Attendees will talk about it for years – the keynote speaker, the entertainment and cuisine were spot on and rave reviews flowed all evening.  Congratulations… but your job as an event planner is […]

The Journey Begins With Online Event Registration

The anticipation for that concert event of the year is growing and the excitement about attending a celebrity fitness expo in L.A. is at a crescendo, so the last thing that event-goers need is an event registration road block to hamper happiness.  Event professionals should remember that a person’s journey begins with event registration and […]

Make Your Class Reunion One to Remember With Do-it-yourself Online Event Registration Software and Tools

You can’t believe it, 25 years already! Where has the time gone? It seems like it was only yesterday that you dawned the cap and gown and were “high-fiving” your friends at your high school or college graduation.  You’ve always been the one to take charge and this task is no different – you have […]

Digital bells and whistles convolute online marketing software user experience

Bells and whistles: parts and features that are useful or appealing but not essential or necessary. – Merriam-Webster There seems to be so many extra bells and whistles layered into digital services and online marketing software these days that the basic functionality of the product is overshadowed. So before you choose an online marketing software, […]

Monumental Event Management on a Global Scale

From higher education enrollment, cultural performances and health fitness conferences, Ennect Event clients are always finding unique ways to use online do-it-yourself event registration software.  So when we came across CNN’s World events that’ll shake up your 2016 vacation, we thought it would be cool to share some of these fantastic events as well as […]

Maximize Online Exposure for Event Sponsors, Entertainers and Presenters

Looking to push your event registration to the max? Be sure to showcase the all-star entertainers, speakers and sponsors that you have lined up for the event. The possibility for an autograph, photo opportunity, handshake or other takeaway can be the deciding factor for someone sitting on the registration fence. An easy way to do […]

Think Big Box Store Meets Digital Marketing Tools for Do-It-Yourself Online Event Management Success

It takes a special kind of person to step into the realm of do-it-yourself and be successful. Whether you are building a new deck in your backyard or managing a large corporate event you need the right DIY resources and tools to get the job done right. We all know that you can go to […]

Online Surveys Forecast Political Winds On Eve of Democratic Presidential Debate

With the first Democratic party presidential debate upon us, Democrats now get a turn to persuade America why they should rise or fall in the national polls and online surveys. Republican Recap Over the past few months we’ve seen a series of Republican debates and have followed several online surveys and polls to track the […]

Tie the Front-end of your Event to the Back-end with Do-it-Yourself Online Marketing Software

When thinking about event planning what comes to mind? Is the focus mainly on front-end event preparations such as venue selection, event websites, attendee registration, online payments and communications? For many event planners the answer is yes. So what happens once the keynote is finished, the awards dinner has ended, attendees check out and you […]

keep looking »