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

#hashtag your way to increased event traffic and registration

So that Do-it-yourself event management software worked really well. Your event is live and the event website looks great. So now you wait for registration traffic. Want to give your event registration a bit of a push? Try posting on social media. For a quick burst of attention try twitter and for bigger billboard posts […]

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 […]

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 […]

An Ennect Tribute to former “Late Show” host David Letterman – Top Ten Reasons to Use Online Marketing Software

Here is our “Top Ten List” tribute to former “Late Show” host David Letterman who retired in May 2015. Letterman was famous for his unique brand of comedy, celebrity interviews and hilarious Top Ten List. According to the Los Angeles Times, Dave’s first Top Ten List appeared on Sept. 18, 1985. The list was “Top […]

Major League Baseball’s Midsummer Classic is a Culmination of Loyal Fanatic Voting, Professional Event Management and Love for America’s Past Time

The Midsummer Classic which is aptly named for Major League Baseball’s All-Star game is upon us once again. The Midsummer Classic is the halfway-point of the Major League Baseball season which celebrates the best players that both the American and National leagues have to offer. The winning league of the All-Star game is rewarded with […]

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 […]

Online Event Registration Helps Parents Cope with the Summertime Blues

Rock star Alice Cooper’s song “School’s Out” is the timeless anthem that signifies the end of the school year and the beginning of Summer vacation for many children. The song’s lyrics “Schools out for summer” leaves some parents in a tizzy and panicking on what to do with the boredom of their now free range […]

A Colorful Call to Action for Increased Event Registration

Event registration conversions should be an event manager’s top objective. When hosting an event website there are many industry proven ways to help trigger those registration call to action buttons. Writing intriguing and directive web copy, smart call to action button placement and the use of meaningful images can all contribute to successful conversions but […]

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 […]

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