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

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 […]

Gearing Up for Fall Harvest and Seasonal Events with Do-it-yourself Online Event Management Software

It’s time for a change, a change in seasons. The summer transition into autumn is here and for most event planners it is time to update event calendars and re-target on fall and autumnal activities. Ennect do-it-yourself online event management software simplifies event management and event registration tasks. DIY event management software provides creative branding […]

Back to School and the Convenience of Online Event Registration for Extracurricular Activities

My, how time flies! Back in June we posted “Online Event Registration Helps Parents Cope with the Summertime Blues” to lend parents some ideas on what to do with their “free-range” children during the summer break. Now that children are headed back to school, we wanted to assist parents again by offering some ideas for […]

Nonprofit Women Pilots Organization Goes Lightspeed on Wings of Event Management Prowess

Ennect always strives to assist our non-profit clients reach the pinnacle of effectiveness for causes they champion. One Ennect Event client, The Ventura County Ninety-Nines, a nonprofit organization of nearly 5,000 women pilots uses Ennect Marketing Software for many of their event management and communications needs. We always reference The Ninety-Nines as a model example […]

Event Management Software Keeps Users from Slipping a Priority Rung

When planning an event where do you start? Logistically it could be the toughest ladder to climb all year. Does picking a venue first outweigh creating an event website or landing page? Do you create and upload your attendee email list prior to picking keynote speakers or presenters? Well, if you want to accomplish all […]

Celebrating Mom With Special Mother’s Day Events and Loving Accoutrement

We’re all about event management here at Ennect.  So with Mother’s Day coming up we thought we would share a listing of popular Mother’s Day activities and events that Mom might like.  We’ve also added some fun facts about the holiday to honor Mom as well.  The creation of Mother’s day in the United States […]

Get Hooked on Event Management Software for Outdoor Activities this Spring

Winter has finally receded and thoughts now turn to warmer days and outdoor events. Now is the time of year when many groups organize clean-up events to tidy up local playgrounds, fishing streams, bike trails and parks from the mess that winter has left behind. Rallying volunteers for a weekend clean up event may take […]

Event Registration Software With the Stamina of a Marathon Runner

We think event planners would make great marathon runners or at least great marathon event managers. Here’s why, the event registration process is a lot like a long race from start to finish. Comparable to the pace of a marathon, the registration process begins quickly with an opening flurry of early bird discount activity and […]

Don’t Be Afraid of Oncoming Traffic!

Let’s say you have this big important event happening in the next few months and you’ve meticulously planned the details, booked the venue and are using online marketing software to manage the event registration. So now what? Well, you need oncoming web traffic to fill up your event! No, not the nasty New York City […]

Are Event Managers Getting lazy?

With spring right around the corner, event planners are waking up from their winter holiday hibernation and settling into go-mode for the upcoming event season. Recently though, it seems that event managers are slumbering a bit longer before tackling full slates of corporate events, training seminars, tradeshows and higher education recruiting events. Are event managers […]

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