The 10 Best Blog Posts For #Eventprofs From 2014

With 2014 in the books, join us as we take a look back at our most helpful posts from last year. In this post, we’ll remind you of some of our best and most popular pieces of content. We’re always aiming to help event professionals become better at doing what they love, and we’d like to think these posts have made an impact! Learn how to create an ...

With 2014 in the books, join us as we take a look back at our most helpful posts from last year. In this post, we’ll remind you of some of our best and most popular pieces of content. We’re always aiming to help event professionals become better at doing what they love, and we’d like to think these posts have made an impact! Learn how to create an event website that’s guaranteed to draw qualified traffic, utilize social media to its fullest to generate buzz, and more - check it out!

  1. 4 TED Talks To Spark Event Planning Ideas: Featuring experts in marketing, design and people management, the four TED Talks we’ve selected are sure to give you fantastic ideas about how you can improve your event planning game!

  1. The SEO Guide for Event Planners: Learn how to execute best-in-class SEO strategy all on your own. No SEO consultants needed, no expensive programs, just you, your noggin’ and this guide! This post and the accompanying free white paper will teach you how to create a truly SEO perfect event website.

  1. 30 Social Media Networks #EventProfs Should Use: Of course you know all about Twitter and Facebook, but what about Pinterest, StumbleUpon and Flickr? We profile the top 30 social networks popular around the globe. Whether your event is in Manhattan or Mumbai, we’ll show you the perfect social media platform to generate buzz surrounding your event.

  1. 9 Things We Learned @Hubspot’s Inbound 2014: The inbound marketing software platform hosted a three day event that brought together 10,000 marketing professionals. Two of the people who attended were Bizzabo marketers! This article outlines the key takeaways from the 3 day event. It’s a great jumping off point for the event marketer who wants to learn more about how to delight attendees with great content.

  1. Email Marketing Hacks for How to Not Get Swiped: Most of the time when we get an email on our smartphone, we swipe left and delete it. We barely read the subject line, let alone open the actual email. This blog and report will show you quantitatively proven methods from improving email open and click-through rates.

  1. Top Social Media Tools for the Busy Event Marketer: Event marketers have a lot on their plate. From generating and maintaining social media profiles, to sending out compelling emails, event marketing is an ever-changing and difficult job. Here are the best social media tools designed to save marketers time while improving social reach.

  1. 5 Tips to Jumpstart Event App Adoption: If you’ve decided to go for an awesome event app in an effort to boost attendee engagement, we have some bad news for you, you aren’t done yet! Once you decide to use an event app, you must encourage attendees to actually use it. Here, we provide you with five actionable tips to encourage adoption, plus we include a free helpful white paper!

  1. Eight Tips For Using Event Your Conference Content to Keep Attendees Engaged: Just because an event is over, doesn’t mean that attendees have to forget about it. Event expert, Dean Ronnie, outlines eight methods you can use to recycle already-created content to keep attendees engaged with your event even after it’s over. This is a great way to improve your value to sponsors and attendees alike.

  1. Sell More Tickets by Turning Attendees Into Your Best Social Media Evangelists: Social media can be used for more than drumming up buzz surrounding an event. You can actually encourage attendees to help you sell more tickets by having them engage with potential attendees on social media. This helps you to create buzz while directly improving ticket sales!

  1. Nine Books All #EventProfs Should Read: Take your event planning game to the next level by reading these nine books from experts on design, business management, sales and marketing. If you can master these critical aspects of the event planning biz, you’ll be well on your way to creating one-of-a-kind events that are also financially successful.

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Source: blog.bizzabo.com