Articles for ‘Conferences’

It Takes More Than Software to Manage Abstracts | Omnipresence

Published by Jonny Popp

Each year, as we produce our annual State of the Conference Industry Report, one statistic never ceases to amaze me. Meeting planners continue to indicate that, when it comes to

Engage Younger Members by Listening to Their Solutions | Omnipresence

Published by Jonny Popp

I’m a regular reader of this blog (like you too, hopefully) and a recent post caught my attention. The article was about using Snapchat at your next conference and was

How to Use Snapchat for Your Next Conference

Published by Kayla Borden

Millennials and Generation Z put everything online. From parties to lazy days to conference events, you can bet that Millennials and members of Generation Z are posting about it on

6 Tips for Bringing Your Conference Attendees Back

Published by Kayla Borden

Having a successful conference is a top priority for meeting planners. But what makes a conference successful? As part of our recent industry survey, we asked association professionals what they

Now is the Time to Start Using Your Educational Content for Marketing

Published by Jonny Popp

Regular readers of this blog know we believe content marketing is a great fit for associations. The reason is simple: We’ve seen how well it can work to engage members

2017 State of the Conference Industry Report [Infographic]

Published by Matt Larson

Our 2017 State of the Conference Industry Report makes clear that attendees’ expectations of conference content is changing. For association professionals, this means that offering content in print and digital

2017 Conference Industry Report: The Expanding Role of Conference Content

Published by Matt Larson

After three years of conducting the State of the Conference Industry survey, it is clear that association professionals know how crucial content is to attracting attendees to their conference. It