Attendee Engagement Articles on how to engage attendees with before, during, and after your conferences and meetings.

Deciding Key Event Marketing Tactivs

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Key Event Marketing Tactics to Drive Attendance at Your Next Conference

Attendee Engagement, Event Marketing| Views: 291

Written by Kevin Gardner, freelance writer for the events and trade show industries. Marketing is the most important thing that any business can engage in. It is all about having...

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A Meeting Planner is Working on their Event Website

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Elevating Your Event Website: The Quick and Easy Guide

Association Management, Attendee Engagement, Event Management, Event Marketing, Event Technology, General Interest| Views: 517

Written by Jake Fabbri, VP of Marketing at Fonteva Want to boost attendance at your next conference or event and get guests excited about all your association has to offer? Follow...

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Snoball's Rachel Stephan Shares Tips on Conference Attendee Acquisition

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3 Proven Event Marketing Strategies for Attendee Acquisition

Attendee Engagement, Event Management, Event Marketing, Speaker & Presentation Management, Sponsorship Sales & Expo Management| Views: 1020

Written by Rachel Stephan, snöballer-in-chief at snöball Let’s make one thing clear: all your event stakeholders can be considered influencers, advocates, and fans. They need...

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How do you improve the event app attendee feed?

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How to Improve the Event App Activity Feed

Attendee Engagement, Event Management, Event Technology, eventScribe Apps, Feature Releases| Views: 1373

An activity feed is one of the most familiar features in your event app. Attendees instantly understand its function and can quickly begin scrolling, liking, and posting comments....

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Business travel can be especially stressful and can lead to adverse health effects, so it’s important for event planners to take self care into consideration when putting together a conference. Let’s take a look at a few ways to help your attendees reduce stress so they can get more out of your event.

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Self Care at Conferences: Helping Your Attendees Reduce Stress and Get More Out of Your Event

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Written by CadmiumCD Contributor Pamela Shigeoka The term self care is thrown around a lot these days, and it’s used to mean everything from seeing a therapist to crashing on...

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One of the most difficult tasks when it comes to planning out your event marketing is figuring out how to market your recorded conference. For many attendees, once they’re done with the event, they’re done. They don’t automatically think about downloading and watching presentation videos.

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How to Market Conference Content to Your Attendees

Attendee Engagement, Content Production & Publication, Event Management, Event Marketing| Views: 1401

Written by Pamela Shigeoka based on a webinar given by CadmiumCD Audio Production Specialist, Nate Knauer  One of the most difficult tasks when it comes to planning out your...

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Large events, ceremonies, or conferences can last hours or even days. Event planners need to find creative ways to keep attendees, who are used to instant gratification, real-time updates, and entertainment, satisfied with the event’s agenda.

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Tips and Tools to Boost Attendee Engagement At Your Event

Attendee Engagement, Event Management, Event Marketing, Event Technology| Views: 1348

Written by Brooklin Nash Event technology opens many new opportunities for planners and attendees. Using the right tools allows you to understand your audience better, deliver...

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At this point, a mobile app is pretty much a must-have for any event. Attendees expect to have the schedule and exhibitor information at their fingertips, and since the vast majority of people carry smart phones today, a mobile app is the easiest way to get that data to your attendees. CadmiumCD first launched eventScribe in 2011 and gave it a major overhaul in 2015. Today, eventScribe is an excellent choice, particularly for educational conferences. Let’s take a look at some of the features that make eventScribe work so well for branding, ease of use, and attendee engagement.

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All About eventScribe: A Look at the Basics of CadmiumCD’s Mobile App

Attendee Engagement, Content Production & Publication, Event Management, Event Technology| Views: 1143

Written by CadmiumCD Contributor Pamela Shigeoka At this point, a mobile app is pretty much a must-have for any event. Attendees expect to have the schedule and exhibitor...

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Conferences are the perfect place for medical professionals to continue their education. The problem is how do you manage who attended which session, and who should get CE credits for those sessions? And how do you make sure that attendees have access to all the educational materials they need? Let’s look at three ways a mobile app can facilitate attendee learning opportunities.

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3 Ways Medical Events Use Mobile Apps for Attendee Learning

Attendee Engagement, Continuing Medical Education, Event Management, Event Technology| Views: 968

Written by CadmiumCD Contributor Pamela Shigeoka Conferences are the perfect place for medical professionals to continue their education. The problem is how do you manage who...

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At CadmiumCD, we want to make sure your event planning experience is the best that it can be, so we’re always working to improve our products and our platform. Recently, we’ve made some changes to our login system to make sure your data is secure. We’ve also launched several new features in the eventScribe Mobile App to give you more control and to enrich your attendees’ experience.

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Making CadmiumCD Products More Secure and Easier to Use

Attendee Engagement, Company News, Event Management, Event Technology, Product Info| Views: 3370

Written by CadmiumCD Contributor Pamela Shigeoka At CadmiumCD, we want to make sure your event planning experience is the best that it can be, so we’re always working to improve...

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