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    1. Ribyt: Treat Every Guest Like a VIP [Review]

      Ribyt: Treat Every Guest Like a VIP [Review]

      Ribyt is an all-in-one event concierge platform to personalize the event experience for each and every attendee. Here is our review. ##abovethefold## Ribyt: What Is It? When we plan events we have multiple stakeholders and guests involved but often everyone receives the same communications, sees the exact same web content and completes a standard registration […]

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    2. 67 Event Marketing Tricks for Event Professionals

      67 Event Marketing Tricks for Event Professionals

      Want to market your event like a marketing pro, bringing in your largest crowd yet? With social media, you can amplify your voice but don’t forget offline opportunities as well. Here are 67 ways you can improve your event attendee numbers for next to nothing, outside of your time. Marketing has become less costly but […]

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    3. 15 Trick Questions Event Planners Ask Attendees

      15 Trick Questions Event Planners Ask Attendees

      It’s all in the question. Event planners ask attendees a lot of questions but those posed are not always as they seem. Find out the hidden meanings behind the smart questions we ask our attendees. It’s illegal in a job interview to ask someone if they have children. Yet once I was asked to name […]

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    4. When Attendees Crave Destinations. Some Examples.

      When Attendees Crave Destinations. Some Examples.

      An appealing and intriguing destination can persuade someone to sign up for your event, or to give it a miss completely. Here are some bucket list destinations to consider that may please your attendees. Each year the New York Times releases their list of top places to go and these locations are certain to fuel […]

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      Mentions: New York Times
    5. 7 Ways to Take the Stress Out of Your Event

      7 Ways to Take the Stress Out of Your Event

      This is a sponsored post written by Dawn Baldwin, Director of Sales with the Halifax Convention Centre. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts. Executing a great event is a tough job. From the biggest decisions to the smallest elements, the best event planners sweat every detail to give delegates the best experience possible. […]

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    6. The Dynamics of Unique Value Proposition in Your Events

      The Dynamics of Unique Value Proposition in Your Events

      Are you tired of everything coming down to money when talking with prospective clients? Are you trying to figure out how to get them to see your value? Hint: it can’t be done in a sales pitch. As a business, you need a unique value proposition for your event planning services and the events you […]

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    7. 15 Habits of Dislikeable Event Professionals

      15 Habits of Dislikeable Event Professionals

      Event planning is a people focused and team based role. Avoid these habits if you want to have a successful career as an event professional and command the respect of those you work with. In the event industry a lot depends on creating personal connections and relationships. People buy into people so it helps to […]

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    8. How to Sell Out Your Event Using Data [Video]

      How to Sell Out Your Event Using Data [Video]

      In this new video, we talk about how you can use your event data to your advantage and sell more tickets. ##abovethefold## How To Use Data To Sell Out Your Event Selling out your event is not as easy as it used to be. You can get exciting videos like these online, why should you bother to attend an event? […]

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    9. 7 Steps to Customizing Your Venue Selection

      7 Steps to Customizing Your Venue Selection

      Want to try a new way to connect with your attendees? Select a venue that reflects your organization’s mission. Here’s what you need to consider to connect your mission to your venue selection. If you’re an event planner working with a specialized organization or brand with a dedicated mission, it can be very effective to […]

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    10. How To Work with Influencers to Promote Your Event [Video]

      How To Work with Influencers to Promote Your Event [Video]

      In this new video, we talk about how you can incorporate the power of influencers into your event. ##abovethefold## How To Create A Successful Influencer Campaign This video will help you understand the latest addition to the new marketing mix – and how you can incorporate their power into your event. It just involves finding the right people to […]

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    11. 5 Unique Audience Segments For Hyper-Targeted Event Marketing

      5 Unique Audience Segments For Hyper-Targeted Event Marketing

      This is a sponsored post written by Natasha Morgan, Vice President of Marketing with Umbel. Audience segmentation is essential to any event marketer, but those segments should go beyond demographics like age and gender. Attendees are telling us more and more about themselves—are we listening closely enough? Audience data has been allowing marketers to personalize […]

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    12. 15 Ways to Tailor Event Education to Your Audience

      15 Ways to Tailor Event Education to Your Audience

      Personalization is essential to a successful event. It’s quickly becoming an attendee expectation. But how do you personalize learning outside of tracks in a way that scales? If marketers, and more generally business people, have discovered anything over the past few years it’s that everyone wants to be unique. Some of us even want to […]

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    13. Top Social Media Tools to Boost Your Event Marketing [Webinar]

      Top Social Media Tools to Boost Your Event Marketing [Webinar]

      Join us for this free webinar to learn about the best social media tools to help boost your event marketing. In this webinar, you will learn about a carefully curated set of tools that can help you to boost the quality and quantity of your social media output. We will look at why these tools are important, give […]

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      Mentions: CMP
    14. 6 Coping Strategies for Last-minute Event Changes

      6 Coping Strategies for Last-minute Event Changes

      Are you stressed out over last-minute client changes and bookings? Get control back without getting fired with these six ideas. In your personal life, last-minute changes often yield fun surprises: an unexpected trip, a visit to the movies on a day you were hoping for sun, or a music substitution for an opening band that […]

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    15. Event Planners: The Leaders of The Experience Economy [Video]

      Event Planners: The Leaders of The Experience Economy [Video]

      In this new video, we talk about what experience actually means and how you can elevate your events to be memorable. ##abovethefold## How To Make Your Events Memorable We have all heard it, it’s all about the experience. We don’t attend events anymore, we want experiences! But what does it actually mean for event professionals and how can we make […]

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    16. How Facial Recognition Made This Event Check-In 5 Times Faster [Case Study]

      How Facial Recognition Made This Event Check-In 5 Times Faster [Case Study]

      This is a case study sponsored by Zenus. More information about Event Manager Blog’s case studies. Lines and queuing don’t create a great impression at your event entrance. This case study explores how organizers at the ICE Awards used facial recognition technology for a fast and cutting edge check-in experience for their guests. ##abovethefold## The […]

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    17. 16 Ways to Stretch Your Event Budget

      16 Ways to Stretch Your Event Budget

      Are you looking to host an event but your budget doesn’t seem large enough to cover lunch in a cafeteria? No worries. These tips can help you make the most of a small budget. If you’re working with an extremely limited budget, what can you do? Attendees have expectations for events and it’s not as […]

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    18. The Event Planner’s Travel Chronicles: Anaheim

      The Event Planner’s Travel Chronicles: Anaheim

      This is the start of a brand new project at EventMB. We are showcasing some of the best experiences you can have at destinations around the world. With little marketing talk and an adventurous spirit, join us to visit some of the most exciting destinations to host your event. First stop: Anaheim.   ##abovethefold## I […]

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    19. 12 Engagement and Presentation Ideas To Give Your Speakers

      12 Engagement and Presentation Ideas To Give Your Speakers

      Be more engaging and ditch the slideshow with these presentation ideas that will ramp up your keynote and really get the message across. Speakers have an important role at conferences because they not only need to share learning, we need them to connect, interact and engage with attendees to make a strong impact. Traditional presentations […]

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    20. 6 Things To Do When You Inherit a Struggling Event

      6 Things To Do When You Inherit a Struggling Event

      Inheriting a struggling event is a challenge or a burden depending on your attitude. But with a couple of steps you can launch a much different, more successful happening. You hear it in sports franchises all the time–how will the new coach turn things around? You hear it on a company level too. What will […]

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    21. 6 Ways to Improve Your Event Team

      6 Ways to Improve Your Event Team

      You can’t do it all on your own. Seriously. It’s time to loosen your control on the event and gain some sanity with these tips for building a team you can count on. When you are really good at what you do, you may find it difficult to delegate. You worry that no one can […]

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      Mentions: MIT
    22. 17 Quirky Event Seating Ideas

      17 Quirky Event Seating Ideas

      Event seating matters and can have a big impact on the look and feel of your event. Banish boring and uninspiring furniture choices and get inspired with quirky chair options. Your event seating choices need to be comfortable, stylish and functional or perhaps even make a statement. You want your event seating to stand out […]

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    23. 5 Ways You Should Be Using Music At Your Events [Video]

      5 Ways You Should Be Using Music At Your Events [Video]

      In this new video, we’re looking at different ways to use music at your event to help achieve your event objectives. ##abovethefold## How To Use Music At Events Today, we’re going to look at 5 ways you can use music at your next event that won’t cost you a cent, and will help you achieve your […]

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    24. The Event Planner’s Guide to Experiential Marketing

      The Event Planner’s Guide to Experiential Marketing

      What are the key components of a successful experiential marketing campaign and how can event planners use live brand marketing to its full advantage without it costing the earth?   Experiential marketing is live event marketing that engages an audience with a brand like nothing else. Clips of experiential marketing often go viral because of […]

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