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Planning St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations with Ennect Online Event Management Software

Can you hear the faint sound of bagpipes in yonder glen? If so, it’s time to start planning your St. Patrick’s Day events with Ennect online marketing software. Ennect Event can help you register members and volunteers for parade day events as well as collect data and information for post-parade celebrations and festivities. Easily schedule […]

The Journey Begins With Online Event Registration

The anticipation for that concert event of the year is growing and the excitement about attending a celebrity fitness expo in L.A. is at a crescendo, so the last thing that event-goers need is an event registration road block to hamper happiness.  Event professionals should remember that a person’s journey begins with event registration and […]

Easily Fill Event Seats with Online Marketing Software and Event Registration Tools

Think about it, you can’t really have a successful event without attendees – right? So if you make it quick and painless for people to register for your event then the chances are pretty good that they will complete the process and actually show up. So there you go, one step closer to a successful […]

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. […]

Simply Amplify Your Digital Message with a Do-it-yourself Viewsletter

Is that monthly email blast alert popping up on your Google calendar again? Well then you better get started gathering content, making those template tweaks, finding decent photos and collecting all other digital accoutrements associated with blasting out your message. If you are thinking that you just don’t have time for all of that, then […]

The Top Ten The Emarketing Blog Posts of 2015

Happy New Year! In following the tradition of New Year’s “Top Ten” lists here are the Top Ten eMarketing Blog Posts of 2015! These blog posts were chosen for the list because you liked them the most! We took into consideration the amount of traffic and overall engagement for each post. Thank you for visiting […]

Google Provides Gmail Users with a Thor’s Hammer Solution for Conquering Spam and Unwanted Emails

Google recently gave Gmail users a Thor’s Hammer solution in the form of a powerful “Block” button to deal with unwanted emails and spam within their Gmail universe. In case you aren’t familiar with Norse mythology or Marvel Comic’s The Avengers – Thor is a comic book hero and Norse god that battles evil doers […]

2016 Presidential Primary Campaign Season – A Frenzy of Event Management and Political Surveys

Politics, presidential primary debates, party campaign events and political surveys are as common as apple pie and hot dogs on the Fourth of July these days. The jockeying for position within the Republican and Democratic Party for a shot at the presidential nomination is in high gear. Political pundits, news organizations and higher educational institutions […]

New Google Patent Emphasis on Email Marketing Could Fuel or Exhaust Future Search Engine Rankings

Google’s search engine ranking universe could soon include a new filter for email marketing content. Google’s recently gained patent will allow the search engine giant to drill down and search email messaging and consider if the message is spam or junk. Speculation is that Google will also crawl email content for spam and suspect links […]

The Bounce Wasn’t Always So Bad… Then Came the Email Bounce Back

The Good Bounce: During the 1960’s NBC hosted a television show titled Sing Along with Mitch in which conductor Mitch Miller prompted the audience to “sing along; and follow the bouncing ball!” The bouncing ball, created by Fleischer Studios in 1925, was an animated ball that bounced over lyrics on screen to help audiences proceed […]

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