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

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 […]

Online Event Management Software for a Thriving Tradeshow and Conference Lifestyle

The Convention Industry Council recently published a positive economic and attendance analysis of the event, convention and meeting industry. The study titled, “The Economic Significance of Meetings to the U.S. Economy” reports that the event, conference and meeting industry is healthy and thriving.  The report concluded that in 2012, 1.83 million meetings were held with 225 million participants […]

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 […]

Online Survey Software Uncovers the Truth

Galileo wrote long ago that, “All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.”  Thank goodness in this day and age we have the Internet and online marketing software to help us quickly discover the truth.  Want to better understand the needs of your clients or acquire informative […]

Email Marketing Reigns Supreme – Long Live the King!

A 2014 marketing survey of over 2,000 digital marketing organizations showed unwavering support for email as a major marketing channel.  In fact, many organizations planned on increasing spending and growing their email marketing programs in 2015. 88% of digital marketing organizations currently use email marketing 68% of marketers believe email is core to their business 58% […]

5 Quick Tips: Event planning

Holding a marketing event is a great way to showcase your product or service to a captive audience who are attending because they are already interested in your wares. Follow these 5 Quick Tips to create an event that will get potential customers to convert and clients to become brand evangelists. 5. Find your audience […]

Event Cancellations: Have a refund process in place

Q: How do I handle event cancelations? If a person pays with a credit card through Ennect Event’s built-in portal, can I credit the refund to their card? A: The best way to handle cancelations is to prevent them from happening! Obviously that’s a bit unrealistic, so it’s important your event site clearly states that […]

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