Looking for a simple way to include remote participation at your next event? Why not try a Google Hangout! Join the #eventtable community Monday June 4 at 3 pm est, as guest moderator Sanne Jolles facilitates a Twitter chat on this fascinating topic.
Monthly Archive: May 2012
Would you discourage people from traveling to the location of your event to network without paying for registration? The SXSW Badgeless Movement was created by just such non-attendees. The following article by Michelle Bruno talks about the opportunities this trend may present for event organizers. It is reposted with her permission here.
Get set for yet another marketing revolution.
NFC will change the way customers discover your content.
NFC (the acronym for “Near Field Communication”) is a form of short-range wireless that bridges the gap between the real and virtual worlds.
We have a reputation, mostly deserved, for being hard-bitten no-nonsense types, intolerant of even the tiniest grammatical slip—and many of us have very firm ideas of what constitutes an error. Some particularly loathe the infamous split infinitive. Others love to hate passive constructions, over-use of semi-colons (or worse, exclamation marks), or dangling participles.
How can associations make the best use of the new marketing and communication tools provided by social media? KiKi L’Italien, President of Amplified Growth, Inc. will help us to answer that question on the next #eventtable chat scheduled for Monday, May 21 at 3 pm est.
How can hybrid meetings help associations grow and thrive in a rapidly changing world? David McKnight, President of Digital Publishing Innovation, will help us tackle this question on the next #eventtable Twitter chat, Monday, May 14 at 3 pm est.
It’s a little like the elephant in the room.
Broadcast advertising is no longer the only game in town. The advent of social media has added many more options for marketers. And everyone is demanding more interaction, more value for their money.