Smiles, laughs, blissful productivity: we know these are indicators that attendees are having a memorable experience. Such good feelings also increase learning. But how can event pros create situations where good feelings are more likely to be a result?
Monthly Archive: March 2012
The changes will penalize websites that are “over” optimized for search engines, said Google’s Matt Cutts recently at SXSW. This means that sites using lots of key words, links or other SEO (Search Engine Optimization) tricks will be penalized in Google’s rankings.
I recently had a great e-mail conversation with Sarah Vining, the amazing and tireless social media manager at the National Conference Center in Leesburg, VA. Sarah published the interview summary today. I particularly liked the way she connected an effective content capture strategy with the focus on learning design and lasting outcomes that organizations can expect at a facility like the NCC.
Room blocks for major meetings and events may soon be on the endangered list, says Doreen Ashton Wagner, managing director of Alexandria, Ontario-based Greenfield Services.
Society, education and even the way our brains work have all been strongly impacted by the advent of computers and social media. So much has changed so quickly that we have barely had time to ponder it all.
What’s the big deal about gamification for events? Find out at the next #eventtable Twitter chat Monday, March 5 at 3 pm est when our guest will be Elizabeth Henderson of MeetingChange.