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    1. Is Your Event Fit for Social Registration?

      Is Your Event Fit for Social Registration?

      Social logins can help event organizers increase attendance, streamline the registration process and obtain the kind of background information that few registrants would ever take the time to input. Despite the benefits, social registration may not be for everyone. Attendees are busy. They have a tendency not to put a lot of thought into registering for […]

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      Mentions: LinkedIn
    2. 10 Ideas to Spice Up Your Holiday Event

      10 Ideas to Spice Up Your Holiday Event

      How can you set your events apart to ensure that your guests look forward to joining each year? The holidays are upon us. Parties and events are starting to fill our calendars, but often times these outings become so routine that we dread attending them. Try out these 10 tips to add a little flare […]

      The post 10 Ideas to Spice Up Your Holiday Event by Kelli White appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    3. 5 Low Tech Ways to Create an Active Participatory Conference

      5 Low Tech Ways to Create an Active Participatory Conference

      The Active Participatory Model is a new way of thinking about conferences that focuses on the top 2 reasons people attend meetings: networking and learning. It’s aim is to create the most engaging and personalized experience for participants while achieving the major objective(s) – the ‘Big Why’ – for the meeting. Personalization and ‘The Big […]

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      Mentions: PCMA
    4. 7 Friends Every Successful Event Planner Needs

      7 Friends Every Successful Event Planner Needs

      Events require an interdependence between several people and several industries in order to work. There are elements of the job that require vendors for decor, and linens. There are other elements of the job that require collaboration with chefs and entertainment. Event planners even have to work alongside IT guys and government officials. We’ve said […]

      The post 7 Friends Every Successful Event Planner Needs by Bethany Smith appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    5. The Good Event Registration Guide 2015 Is Out!

      The Good Event Registration Guide 2015 Is Out!

      The much anticipated second edition of The Good Event Registration Guide. Download your copy for free and with no email submission required. The original Good Event Registration Guide has been one of the most popular reports we’ve ever launched. With 17,000 downloads to date, it signals the need for clarity and direction event professionals scream for […]

      The post The Good Event Registration Guide 2015 Is Out! by Julius Solaris appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    6. Gamify Your #Eventprof Stress

      Gamify Your #Eventprof Stress

      Being a professional event planner is a stressful job. Here are 4 ways to make being an #eventprof less stressful. Whether you are a veteran or newcomer, burnout is a serious concern in our industry. The common pressures of being #eventprofs have us constantly looking for new ways to reduce and manage stress. One way […]

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      Mentions: CMP
    7. Venues to Ignite the Creative Spark

      Venues to Ignite the Creative Spark

      In recent years great advances have been made in meeting architecture and design with new formats and approaches taking us out of our neatly ordered classroom configurations and, by consequence, our comfort zones too! Pioneers and disrupters like Maarten Vanneste, Adrian Segar, Jeff Hurt, Eric de Groot and Mike van der Vijver have published widely […]

      The post Venues to Ignite the Creative Spark by Padraic Gilligan appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    8. 4 Green Event Mistakes You Should Stop Making

      4 Green Event Mistakes You Should Stop Making

      Are you shying away from greening your events because it seems like more work? Have you stopped paying attention to green because you’ve tried before and feel your efforts did not deliver the results you were hoping for? If so, consider if these common mistakes might be preventing you from experiencing the benefits of going […]

      The post 4 Green Event Mistakes You Should Stop Making by Shawna McKinley appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    9. Don’t Mess Up Your Event With These Moderation Mistakes

      Don’t Mess Up Your Event With These Moderation Mistakes

      Meeting formats change and get ever more complicated. Moving away from ‘speakers only’ to more interaction and engagement calls for moderation. The more complex the meeting design, the more effort needs to be put into making sure that everything runs smoothly and effectively. Investing in meeting-moderation doesn’t necessarily mean getting a moderator on stage, though. Moderation and […]

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      Mentions: ROI
    10. 3 Secret Ingredients of Event Content Marketing

      3 Secret Ingredients of Event Content Marketing

      Events of all kinds can be leveraged as content machines. Nearly every person who touches an event will either be providing content, asking for content, or learning from content. Events provide content before the event, during the event and after to engage with a large, diverse audience and build relationships. For those who do not […]

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    11. 7 Things Innovative Event Organizers Are Doing

      7 Things Innovative Event Organizers Are Doing

      This is a sponsored post written by Alon Alroy, Co-Founder, CMO & BizDev of Bizzabo. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts.  When it comes to the world of professional events – from well-established legacy conferences to cutting-edge corporate retreats, the industry is ripe for change as well as a technological revolution. Though the industry is […]

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    12. 6 Ways to Ruin Your Conference Sessions

      6 Ways to Ruin Your Conference Sessions

      Associations are in a difficult spot. Like all conference organizers, you want innovative speakers talking about big topics. For this reason, many associations go outside of traditional association thought leaders for their keynotes. When they do this, they run the risk of a large disconnect between the needs of membership organizations and what the business […]

      The post 6 Ways to Ruin Your Conference Sessions by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    13. How To Avoid The After Lunch Slump At Your Event

      How To Avoid The After Lunch Slump At Your Event

      There have been so many times where I’ve been sitting in my conference seat after lunch and find myself feeling groggy and tired and on occasion no matter how engaging the speaker I’m battling to keep my eyes open. As an event organiser you definitely don’t want your conference, training day or workshop attendees to […]

      The post How To Avoid The After Lunch Slump At Your Event by James Morgan appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    14. 6 Things Marathon Training Can Teach You About Your Events Career

      6 Things Marathon Training Can Teach You About Your Events Career

      Training to run a marathon is a tremendous undertaking. The commitment and time it takes to train and prepare for the race, takes effort and passion. The process is not so different from your career in the events industry. Here are 6 new tools I have gained that can help you in both your events […]

      The post 6 Things Marathon Training Can Teach You About Your Events Career by Kelli White appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    15. Cook the Recipe for a Personalized Event App

      Cook the Recipe for a Personalized Event App

      This is a sponsored post written by Niko Nelissen, VP of Data, Mobile & Engagement at etouches. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts. One of the biggest challenges that event planners face as a whole today is how to personalize the event experience for delegates. The goal of most events is to provide […]

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    16. 5 Weird and Wonderful Venues to Tempt and Tantalize

      5 Weird and Wonderful Venues to Tempt and Tantalize

      While meetings and events are a normal part of everyone’s private and professional life, some of us are privileged to make our living in this sector. For us there’s both an art and a science to meeting and event planning and the choice of location or venue is crucial as it will inform so much […]

      The post 5 Weird and Wonderful Venues to Tempt and Tantalize by Padraic Gilligan appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    17. 5 Secrets to a Successful Tradeshow

      5 Secrets to a Successful Tradeshow

      Tradeshows can bring big dollars and business to your organization if you select the right shows to attend, and have an overarching strategy while at the show. Some people fail miserably when they sign up for tradeshows, because they have no idea what their expectations and goals are. If planned out correctly, tradeshows are a […]

      The post 5 Secrets to a Successful Tradeshow by Holly Barker appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    18. 14 Things #EventProfs Should Own

      14 Things #EventProfs Should Own

      Each and every event professional has their own personal list of items, tools and gadgets that lead them towards accomplishing their goals at events. There are just certain things we can’t work without. So what is on your list of must-have essentials? The following list includes 14 things that have led my events towards organization and success. By owning these items, you are sure to rock your next big event! What would you add to this list of things #eventprofs should own?

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    19. Attend: Simple Event Management and Check-In [Review]

      Attend: Simple Event Management and Check-In [Review]

      Attend is an event management and engagement platform which enables event planners to streamline and manage the event process. Here is our review.

      The Attend platform enables registration, email, onsite check-in, VIP alerts, post event survey and measurement. There is also a mobile app which can provide real-time insight into who has registered or checked-into an event.

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    20. How to Use Technology To Connect Buyers and Sellers

      How to Use Technology To Connect Buyers and Sellers

      This is a sponsored post written by Nishita Jain, Senior Director, Digital Marketing at a2z, Inc. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts.

      According to a report published by the Center for Exhibitor Industry Research (CEIR), 87% of exhibitors surveyed rated face-to-face interaction in marketing their company’s products or services to prospects very or extremely important.

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    21. How To Handle 4 Association PR Nightmares

      How To Handle 4 Association PR Nightmares

      The event professional role, like most involved in serving people, has become more complicated over the past several years with the increased popularity behind social media and the customization of the customer experience. Voices have become louder, platforms have become larger, and it’s easier for negativity to be heard. Event professionals need to be prepared to handle PR nightmares at conferences.

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    22. 50 Shades of Event Planning

      50 Shades of Event Planning

      Event planning is never black or white. As a planner, you usually find yourself somewhere in the “grey” area when it comes to planning any event. You want to make sure you’re setting goals, a budget, checklists, and sticking to them, but also on the other hand, trying to please attendees, vendors, sponsors and speakers – it’s definitely a grey area. Instead of feeling overwhelmed, or pulled into too many directions, follow a simple formula every time you dive in to plan an event.

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