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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” […]

Social Media for Predicting The Weather and Event Planning Success!

A recent tech article in the U.K. Sun reported that social media behavior can be used to predict future events including the weather.  The article focuses on a research team from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Washington and their premise that user behavior on social media reflects events in the real […]

The Great Marketing Horse Races of 2017

If you look at marketing budgets year after year, they sort of resemble a grand horse race like the Kentucky Derby, Belmont Stakes or Preakness.  Every year there seems to be three marketing budget categories and three top media categories that are bet on heavily and predicted to win, place or show.  This year we […]

Do You have what it takes to be a digital event marketing sheriff and corral online event registration chaos?

Hey there Pardner, word around here is that you want to wear that shiny event marketing badge and become the new digital sheriff in town.  Well, do you think you have what it takes to corral event registration chaos and wrangle up those stampeding event attendees?  If so, then Ennect online do-it-yourself event marketing software […]

Democratic National Convention – A Time for Political Protests, Events and Parties

The Democratic National Convention is set to take place in Philadelphia, PA from July 25 to July 28, 2016.  A certain lollapalooza of political, protest and party events is expected culminating in the likely presidential nomination of Democratic Candidate Hillary Clinton. Here is a look into what the protestors and party goers have planned for […]

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 […]

Pre-game Prep for a Successful 2016 Conference and Event Slate

You made it, the event calendar year end has arrived! So with all of the marketing prep and sales forecasting for the upcoming year, be sure to review your trade show and conference logistics as well. Whether you are attending off-site events or are creating with online do-it-yourself event management software, here are some industry […]

Show some Tweet, Tweet Love on Social Media with Twitter’s New Bursting Heart Icon

In an online world populated by emojis, icons, acronyms, abbreviations and digital slang it is getting harder to decipher the lexicon of digital hieroglyphics. It’s like you need one of those secret Enigma code breaking machines from World War II to figure out what someone is trying to say and once you grasp the lingo […]

Common Sense Content Could Tilt Event Registration in Your Favor

When you think of event planning what type of event does your mind usually conjure up? An industry tech conference? How about an extravagant corporate retreat? Or maybe a higher education recruiting event? Well, I think most event marketing minds can agree that no matter the purpose and magnitude of the event, it won’t be […]

Big League Success in Event Registration for Little League Non-Profits

It’s impressive how multi-leveled non-profit organizations that cross international boundaries to reach millions successfully manage their missions especially with event registration. Think about it, these organizations need to be constantly in-sync from top-to-bottom with their marketing techniques, event registration practices and mass email communications, a big league feat for any non-profit organization. Speaking of the […]

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