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Spring Cleaning Time for Your Event Sponsorship Menu?
Many of us are diving into spring cleaning chores, whether it's at home or at the office. There's something about that annual top-to-bottom refresh that makes us happier, healthier and energized....Read More >
10 Tips for Preparing an Event Budget with No Surprises
When preparing event budgets, it's the small items that can add up and lead to surprises. For this reason, it is important to review budgets very carefully with all key players and ensure that...Read More >

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How the Next Generation Uses Social Apps
Over the weekend, I had the chance to chat with some fun 15- and 16-year-olds during an Easter party. I used the opportunity to pick their brains on how they use mobile apps and technology....Read More >
Could Possible Twitter Changes Affect Event Planners?
#Nooooooo That’s a hashtag that a lot of Twitter addicts might be using upon the news that Twitter may be reconstructing how @replies and #hashtags function in the future. As reported on...Read More >

What's New

How the Next Generation Uses Social Apps
Over the weekend, I had the chance to chat with some fun 15- and 16-year-olds during an Easter party. I used the opportunity to pick their brains on how they use mobile apps and technology. The results of my conversation might surprise you. The first...
Could Possible Twitter Changes Affect Event Planners?
#Nooooooo That’s a hashtag that a lot of Twitter addicts might be using upon the news that Twitter may be reconstructing how @replies and #hashtags function in the future. As reported on Mashable.com, Twitter’s head of news, Vivian Schiller,...
When Should You Shift Your Mobile Strategy?
Sometimes when we are developing our mobile strategy, we get into a rut. This is when you should consider shifting your strategy just a little, and find new ways to use the mobile channel effectively.   Audio as important as video: You are most...
How the Next Generation Uses Social Apps
Over the weekend, I had the chance to chat with some fun 15- and 16-year-olds during an Easter party. I used the opportunity to pick their brains on how they use mobile apps and technology. The results of my conversation might surprise you. The first...
Could Possible Twitter Changes Affect Event Planners?
#Nooooooo That’s a hashtag that a lot of Twitter addicts might be using upon the news that Twitter may be reconstructing how @replies and #hashtags function in the future. As reported on Mashable.com, Twitter’s head of news, Vivian Schiller,...
When Should You Shift Your Mobile Strategy?
Sometimes when we are developing our mobile strategy, we get into a rut. This is when you should consider shifting your strategy just a little, and find new ways to use the mobile channel effectively.   Audio as important as video: You are most...
Avoid these Mobile Event App Pet Peeves
Serving events for years, I’ve marveled at how more and more technology has been blended into the event experience over time. Mobile event apps are one of those marvels that eliminate confusion, cost and clutter, while at the same time...
The Most Important Question to Answer when Developing an Event App
You’ve just spent a great deal of time and money on creating a whiz bang mobile event app. Then, in the post-event analysis, you look at the stats and realize that few attendees actually downloaded or used it. What happened? The most likely cause for...
Why Go Mobile Webinar: 5 Tips from an Event Planner
Our recent webinar, Why Go Mobile, focused on mobile trends you should bring back to your organization and its events. While we always have plenty to say on the topic of mobile apps for events, our guest speaker had an interesting story to share....

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