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    1. Anatomy of An Effective Event Website [Infographic]

      Anatomy of An Effective Event Website [Infographic]

      Here is a infographic to use as a guide to create, design and implement event websites that work.

      You can tell it’s December at Event Manager Blog because we feel like sharing a great deal of resources that will help you crossing off ‘event technology’ from your 2014 to do list.

      Truth is we started with free ebooks such as The Event App Bible and The Good Registration Guide or visuals such as The Vitruvian Attendee.

      The party is not over though. We have two more surprises geared up for you.

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    2. 100% Mobile Event App Adoption Is Easy. The One Tactic That Really Works

      100% Mobile Event App Adoption Is Easy. The One Tactic That Really Works

      This is a sponsored post by Roger Meier, Director of Sales and co-founder of SpotMe. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts

      The year is 2013 AD. The event is about to start. Everybody has your mobile event app installed. Everybody? Well, not everybody… One small village of your indomitable participants still doesn’t have a compatible device, doesn’t want to install your app because of privacy concerns, or simply finds it too cumbersome to do so.

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    3. The Best Posts in October 2013 on @EventMB

      The Best Posts in October 2013 on @EventMB

      Time for our monthly roundup of the best event planning articles on this blog.

      What an October we had! Great content, fantastic discussions and some announcements.

      In case you were busy planning your next event, here is a roundup of…

      1. How to Tweet From an Event [Infographic]

      This article features a simple yet effective infographic to pass along to your attendees and get them to tweet.

      2. The Event Planner Lifestyle Boost: Take Care of Yourself While Planning Successful Events

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    4. Do Your Events Suffer From ‘Zombiosis?’

      Do Your Events Suffer From ‘Zombiosis?’

      This is a sponsored post from Cvent. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts.

      You could be making some scary mistakes at your events by turning these potentially amazing, informational, unforgettable experiences into frighteningly dreary occurrences filled with zombified attendees, drifting from room-to-room uninspired and stricken with post-apocalyptic ambivalence.

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    5. How Event Planners Choose Venues

      How Event Planners Choose Venues

      Choosing a venue is one of the most delicate decisions that event professionals face. A research found what influences that decision.

      The largest trade shows in the meeting and event industry are mainly focused about connecting two audiences: event professionals and venues.

      If you walk the floor of IBTM or IMEX events you will notice dozens of venues (sometimes through convention bureaus or national tourism boards) from around the world trying to win planners’ favour.

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      Mentions: ISES
    6. Are Event Planners Overlooking New and Emerging Destinations?

      Are Event Planners Overlooking New and Emerging Destinations?

      There are a very large number of international companies looking to host corporate events around the world annually and, traditionally, event planners have opted for cities within established global economies like the US and Europe.

      But with many new and emerging markets and economies around the world, should event planners increasingly look to other, less, traditional locations to host events?

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      Mentions: DMC
    7. The Event Planners’ Knowledge Gap

      The Event Planners’ Knowledge Gap

      It’s scary how little the average planner knows about anything technical. It’s not that planners need to know how to operate a sound board, or install gear or anything.

      They are, however, the bridge between the people who speak on stage or prepare presentations to be shown, and the audio visual technicians who make that happen. And unfortunately the planners are the weak link in that chain.

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    8. How to Tweet From an Event [Infographic]

      How to Tweet From an Event [Infographic]

      This is a short article with some tips to tweet from events and a nice infographic.

      I’ll keep it short and sweet. I wanted to direct you to this infographic I found on Slideshare from Adam Kolburn of Social@Ogilvy with some basic tips for tweeting at events.

      It is very simple (maybe too simple) but that is the beauty of it. It is a great share with your attendees specially if they are approaching event tweeting for the first time.

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    9. 6 Cost-Effective Web Design Strategies for Event Planners

      6 Cost-Effective Web Design Strategies for Event Planners

      Recently, I have had conversations with a number of event planners who are finding it challenging to launch a website or update the look of an existing site.

      You’ve probably noticed that the cost of engaging a web designer has exploded. Quotes for custom design and development range from $5000 – $12,000. Websites with all the bells can whistles can be even more expensive. This is beyond what many start-ups and small businesses can bare.

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    10. 5 Startup Ideas to Help the Event Industry

      5 Startup Ideas to Help the Event Industry

      Here are 5 ideas for those who want to start up a technology business solving problems for the event industry.

      Whenever I present at technology events I am always asked what is the next big thing.

      I don’t like that.

      I don’t believe in buzzwords or fashion when it gets to tech. I am a fan of innovation and lateral thinking.

      A successful entrepreneur is able to pull things together and provide a solution to real problems. The thing is that I see many problems not addressed. And that is a shame.

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    11. Calling All Event Registration and Ticketing Providers

      Calling All Event Registration and Ticketing Providers

      This is a call for all those providing online or offline software for event registration and ticketing to submit their company.

      You know the drill. We are working on something special. The last time we made a similar call, some readers missed it. They regretted it.

      So please do not miss it this time. I’ll keep it a bit cryptic but you will have more info soon.

      If you run a company providing ticketing or registration, do not miss this call.

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    12. Cutting through the Chaos with Social Media Power Plays

      Cutting through the Chaos with Social Media Power Plays

      This is a sponsored post from Cvent. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts.

      In today’s highly disruptive, stimulation-filled world, your attendees may physically occupy space between the four walls of your event, but more than likely, their attention is drifting somewhere between four screens – a smartphone, tablet, laptop, and your event’s audio visual set up.

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    13. The Best Tech Gadgets for Event Professionals

      The Best Tech Gadgets for Event Professionals

      This article features a collection of the coolest, most efficient and most productive tech gadgets every event planner or event manager should consider.

      This blog usually looks at how to use technology to make the event experience better for attendees.

      What about event pros?

      It seems that whenever I write about running event as being a stressing activity there is a surge of agreement. I believe technology can help to relief some stress and help us keeping things organised.

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    14. 10 Events Engaging Attendees in Creative Ways

      10 Events Engaging Attendees in Creative Ways

      This article is a review of some superb events that strive to engage audiences in new ways. Invaluable inspiration for your next conference, party or music festival.

      I know you’ve been waiting for this post for quite a while. As much as I try to be constant in giving you the freshest trends in event concepts, finding really innovative concepts is one of the toughest research pieces.

      The list below is the result of 4 months of reading, pinning, bookmark saving and attending events.

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    15. Social Media Do’s and Don’ts at Every Stage of the Event Lifecycle [Infographic]

      Social Media Do’s and Don’ts at Every Stage of the Event Lifecycle [Infographic]

      This post is written by Colleen Donnelly, etouches Community Manager and sponsored by etouches. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts.

      Social media poses an exciting opportunity for event organizers to drive engagement, attract more attendees and build a strong community- at every stage of the event lifecycle.

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      Mentions: LinkedIn
    16. The Best Posts of Summer 2013 on @EventMB

      The Best Posts of Summer 2013 on @EventMB

      Here is a roundup of the most successful posts of this summer.

      July and August are typically two months when event aficionados take a break. It is probably the best time to recharge batteries for a super busy year ahead.

      While you were enjoying the break, the blog was full packed of action and awesome content.

      With no further ado, let me present you with…

      1. 20 Tactics to Drive More Attendees to Exhibition Booths

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