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    1. You Can’t Fake Quality: What Event Planners Can Learn from the Peacock’s Tail

      You Can’t Fake Quality: What Event Planners Can Learn from the Peacock’s Tail

      In these budget conscious times, most of us are looking for ways to keep our costs down. The prevailing logic is that we need to keep our ticket prices as low as possible in order to attract attendees. So, how do we account for the popularity of events high-end events like TED with ticket prices to match? In this article we look at the paradox of highly popular events that also carry a substantial price tag.

      TED 2015, which charges a substantial $8,500 per ticket, is already sold out.

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    2. Is Your Event a Vitamin, Painkiller or a Candy?

      Is Your Event a Vitamin, Painkiller or a Candy?

      You’ve built your website, your advertising has begun, your social media is buzzing but for some reason people are not registering for your event. Why? There is a good chance you have a messaging problem. In this article we look at how a shift in context can change your messaging so that your website visitors become attendees.

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    3. Fill Conference Bags With Things People Won’t Throw Away

      Fill Conference Bags With Things People Won’t Throw Away

      Conference bags must breed in the dark. Everyone seems to have at least a dozen stuffed in the back of the closet. But they can be much more than a container for “stuff” during an event. They can be effective, desirable and memorable. Here’s how to pick a smart one and fill it with things attendees will keep, so your time and budget won’t be wasted.

      A conference-event swag bag is nothing more than a hole surrounded by cloth with handles.

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    4. How to Use Entertainment to Maximise Social Media Interaction at Events

      How to Use Entertainment to Maximise Social Media Interaction at Events

      Nowadays, event planners expect more from event entertainment. A lot more. Entertainment doesn’t just have to be all-singing and all-dancing, it also needs to have real impact, increase brand awareness and help to promote the event to a larger audience.

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      Mentions: Digital
    5. The 5 Places to Display Social Media at your Event

      This is a sponsored post written by by Justin Garrity, SVP of Postano.

      Events have dozens of crucial components that must be executed well to be a smash hit. One key component in 2014 has to be social media. Whether you’re organizing a 50 person Meetup or a 10,000 person conference, social media should play a big part in your plans.

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    6. The Do’s and Don’ts of Crowdfunding for Event Professionals

      The Do’s and Don’ts of Crowdfunding for Event Professionals

      Crowdfunding has become a popular way to raise money for special projects, including events. There are even technologies and online registration systems designed specifically to support crowdsourced events. In this article we look at how to be successful with crowdfunding – although it’s not limited to that. Crowdfunding is all about marketing reach and most of what we talk about here could be easily applied to all your event marketing efforts.

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    7. 5 Counterintuitive Ideas for #EventProfs to Boost Productivity

      5 Counterintuitive Ideas for #EventProfs to Boost Productivity

      While event professionals are masterful at getting things done, it is also one of the most demanding professions where working long hours to meet hard deadlines is common. In this article we look at some thought-provoking and sometimes counterintuitive ways of boosting productivity.

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    8. 5 Tips for Breakthrough Selling in the Events Industry

      5 Tips for Breakthrough Selling in the Events Industry

      Does your sales team really struggle when it comes to developing new business? This post will offer 5 easy tips for how to move past the low-hanging fruit and succeed with cold-calling, with engaging new customers, and with closing the sale.

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      Mentions: Reed Exhibitions
    9. Will Google’s Project Tango Be The Secret Weapon for Event Professionals?

      Will Google’s Project Tango Be The Secret Weapon for Event Professionals?

      Many people are aware of Google’s more “out there” experimental projects- from self-driving cars to Google Glass, from contact lenses that can measure blood sugar levels to hot air balloons that can deliver internet to remote locations, and everything in between.

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    10. Inspire me! How to Stimulate Fresh Thinking at Your Events

      Inspire me! How to Stimulate Fresh Thinking at Your Events

      Event planners are paid to be creative, to come up with new ideas that will keep our events fresh. However, creativity can easily get lost in the day-to-day routine of running a business. In this article we look at how you can keep inspiration alive.

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    11. Why You Have to Break Down Barriers at Your Next Event

      Why You Have to Break Down Barriers at Your Next Event

      A successful business event should be all about making connections. We should be creating our environment to maximise the interaction between our attendees. However many of the things we do at our traditional business events tend to put up barriers rather than remove them.

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    12. If You Work In Events You’re In The Entertainment Business

      If You Work In Events You’re In The Entertainment Business

      The word conference has become so laiden with negative connotations that we‘re going out of our way to avoid it. We’re awash with – fests, camps, stocks, meet-ups, and of course unconferences.

      Somewhere along the line ‘conference’ came to mean boring. Why? Probably because all too often no one thought that they were meant to be entertaining.

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