Live video streaming can help you to increase the reach of your event to those who can’t attend. It may also help you to reach customers who hadn’t planned on attending anyway, and convince them to come to your next event or conference. With live streaming, your event takes place simultaneously on the internet, effectively bringing people from all around the world to your gathering.
Blogging about your events can help you to connect with your audience in a whole new way, but it’s not as simple as it might seem. Writing for the web is a whole different game to writing for print in many ways.
If you’re an event planner, you’ve probably thought about running an events blog. An industry-related blog gives you a platform to communicate with attendees and other industry professionals, as well as an extra way to promote your events.
Finding content for your event blog, newsletter, website or social media accounts is not always easy. Luckily, social media helps us to uncover new, interesting and popular content from our friends, colleagues and people we don’t even know.
A day on the internet is not complete until you’ve had a WTF moment. Usually it’s the weird, half crazed edge of the online world that delivers, smacking you upside the head with failed porn stars cutting loose on a sache torte.
Almost every app or program you use each day has some kind of feature included to help you be more organized. Whether it’s folders on your computer, labels in your email, or tags in your social media posts.
If you haven’t used it before, you’re going to love Markdown. It’s a great way to make blogging easier and more accessible than it already is. It’s also a neat way to add simple formatting to notes, to-do lists and emails.