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    1. Are you an Event Planner or an Event Doer?

      Are you an Event Planner or an Event Doer?

      Event Planners are busy people. Every event has so many moving parts that it is easy for Event Planning to turn into Event Doing. But the danger with all of this doing is that we can lose sight of why we are hosting the event in the first place and what success really means. Planning is not about doing. Planning is the process of strategic and creative thinking about the event and what you really want to achieve. Planning is creating a roadmap for success.

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    2. Are you Ignoring Half of Your Audience? Event Planning for Introverts

      Are you Ignoring Half of Your Audience? Event Planning for Introverts

      While there are many different types of events they all share one thing in common: they bring together communities of people around a shared interest. For a brief moment in time, a group of people come together for some purpose, whether that is to learn, laugh, network, develop or simply have a good time.

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    3. 6 Creative Ways to Thank Your Event Attendees

      6 Creative Ways to Thank Your Event Attendees

      Your event attendees may travel thousands of miles and spend hundreds of dollars just to show up at your event. Finding a way to show appreciation for their attendance is not only required, it is expected.

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    4. 6 Easy Ways to Increase Attendee Interaction

      6 Easy Ways to Increase Attendee Interaction

      As an event planner you thrive on seeing your guests connect with other attendees and engage in the content or experience being presented. You would love for every attendee to leave your event saying “That was an amazing experience! I am so happy I attended and I met so many wonderful new people.”… but as we all know, that isn’t always the case.

      So what can you do as a planner to ensure your guests leave feeling connected?

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    5. The Importance of Emotion within Your Event Strategy

      The Importance of Emotion within Your Event Strategy

      Measuring the success of an event is almost always done by numbers: tickets sold or number of performances staged. I come from the world of sport events, having worked at the Olympic Games, and I know how important it is to have a full stadium. However, counting people and setting a record is not enough to declare an event a success.

      Think of a wedding: a large and glorious room filled with hundreds of guests. Is the bridal party a success?

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    6. #Eventprofs and Getting the Most Out of LinkedIn

      #Eventprofs and Getting the Most Out of LinkedIn

      LinkedIn is the largest professional social network with 347 million reported users – over half of the 600 million professionals in the world. Perhaps surprisingly it is also currently the third fastest growing social network. It is however overlooked by many #eventprofs in their marketing and social media strategy. This post considers how Event Professionals, content marketers and bloggers can get the most out of the platform.

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      Mentions: LinkedIn
    7. How to Fall in Love with Your Event Attendees

      How to Fall in Love with Your Event Attendees

      Love is in the air! Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to acknowledge the people you care about and in this article we celebrate that very special relationship between event planners and their event attendees.

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    8. Measure up Your Meetings

      Measure up Your Meetings

      Whether you are trying to lose weight, run your best marathon or host an awesome event, measurement is the key to your success.

      In this article we look at the benefits of creating a measurement strategy for your events and how to avoid some of the pitfalls that can take you off track.

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    9. How to Create the WOW Factor in Event Customer Service

      How to Create the WOW Factor in Event Customer Service

      A happy customer (attendee) is often a returning customer (repeat attendee). This post looks at how to create the WOW factor in event customer service. Ensure your event is memorable for all the right reasons and to keep your guests happy, loyal and most importantly coming back to your events!

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    10. Unlocking the Key to a Successful Digital Marketing Event Plan

      Unlocking the Key to a Successful Digital Marketing Event Plan

      A digital marketing plan is crucial for any event to come off without a hitch. As any event manager and marketing team who plans events year after year knows, capturing contacts or leads and converting them is only one objective that must be met when mapping out your digital marketing plan.

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      Mentions: Digital
    11. The Transformational Event: Creating Meetings with Meaning

      The Transformational Event: Creating Meetings with Meaning

      Over the last decade a new kind of attendee has emerged. This attendee wants to do more than sit in their chair and absorb information. They don’t attend events simply to be entertained or educated.

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    12. Event Personalization Tips to Kick Off the New Year

      Event Personalization Tips to Kick Off the New Year

      Welcome to 2015! As we move into a new, exciting and eventful new year, let’s prepare for it by going in full force!

      The best way to go about this is to analyze what we learned as event pros in 2014, and use the data and golden nuggets pulled together from all of the events we planned and made successful last year!

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    13. How to Handle the Most Common Problems With Event Check In

      How to Handle the Most Common Problems With Event Check In

      This is a sponsored post by Celeste Kaufman, blogger at zkipster. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts.

      As an event planner, one of your major responsibilities is anticipating problems. Even more important, is to have a solution at-the-ready so your client or your boss doesn’t have to worry.

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    14. 10 Ways to Be a Better Event Manager

      10 Ways to Be a Better Event Manager

      As we enter the New Year and set our goals for the next 12 months, many of us want to make a difference in our chosen career and ensure our skills stand out for all the right reasons. In the fast paced and competitive events industry it is important to stay on top of your game and strive for constant improvement.

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      Mentions: LinkedIn
    15. Brand Storytelling at Events

      Brand Storytelling at Events

      Good stories get read, maybe archived or used again once, but more than likely they get deleted.

      Great stories last a lifetime. Think about it – what stories come to mind from this year alone when you scroll through your brain index of the mass social, digital and mobile news articles you have encountered?

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