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

Don’t Overlook the Basics of Do-it-yourself Event Website Design

Most do-it-yourself event management software packages should have built in content management systems (CMS) and templates for you to follow when building your page.  Although most event registration software applications like Ennect are very easy to use and design, we thought we’d provide some of the most obvious items to have on your webpage. Use […]

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, […]

Happy Digital Mother’s Day From Ennect Do-it-yourself Online Marketing Solutions

Happy Mother’s Day to all of our Ennect do-it-yourself event management and marketing software users! Mother’s Day History Lesson: The creation of Mother’s day in the United States can be attributed to Grafton, West Virginia native, Anna Jarvis. In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation asking Americans to give a public expression of reverence […]

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 […]

A Netflix Lesson for Concerted Customer Communications Using Email Marketing Software

Thank you Netflix for making a strong case for email marketing software in conjunction with social media and SEO for concerted customer messaging.  There is a recent article by Melissa Ward at Target Marketing that explains her frustration with the lack of direct communication regarding the upcoming May 2016 increase in Netflix service fees.  Ward […]

Are you making the right call to action with do-it-yourself email marketing?

Here is a question that is as old as time or at least email (1970’s) that email marketers always contemplate – “What’s the secret to getting email recipients to click on the primary call to action link in your email?”  Are you ready to be blown away with some digital marketing genius? … The answer […]

2016 March Madness is about to tip-off – Is Your Online Sweepstakes Ready?

National attention will soon turn away from Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and election politics and sharply focus on the upcoming 2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. March Madness tips-off in mid-March with 68 teams and ends with the national championship on April 4th. 68 collegiate basketball teams will compete through the first two rounds for a […]

Online Marketing, Live Events and Print Receive the Lion’s Share of Many 2016 Marketing Budgets

Is it feast or famine with your marketing budget this year? That’s pretty much the gist of Target Marketing’s recent Media Usage Survey 2016. The results showed about 36% of respondents had increased their marketing budget from 2015, 39% stayed the course, 13% decreased spending and 11% have no idea or what their budgets are. […]

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 […]

Is Your Password The Worst?

If your password happens to be on SplashData’s list of Worst Passwords of 2015, it might be time to change it to something a bit more tougher to crack. Take a look and see if your password is at risk and one of the top 10 worst passwords of 2015: 123456 password 12345678 qwerty 12345 […]

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