Articles for ‘Mobile Apps’

3 Basic Types of Mobile Event Apps

Published by Steve Manicor

One of the key decisions you need to make when implementing a mobile event app is deciding which type of app will best meet your objective.

For a meeting planner,

4 Ways Delivering Conference Content is Changing

Published by Steve Manicor on November 12th, 2012

Organizations have talked about going “paperless” for more than a quarter century. Yet, for all the talk, there was little actual movement in that direction.

The year 2012 appears to

3 Easy Solutions to Last Minute Content Updates

Published by Sara Olbrantz

In a recent survey of 550+ associations, over 90% of respondents indicated educational content (such as conference and training materials, journals and educational publications) was critical to building relevancy and

5 Resources to Prepare for the Mobile Technology Takeover

Published by Sara Olbrantz

According to Morgan Stanley Research, by 2014 Mobile Internet usage will surpass desktop Internet usage.

Is your association ready for the mobile takeover?

Don’t worry; there’s still time to prepare.

The Attendee Addiction to Smartphones and Mobile Apps

Published by Sara Olbrantz

Are your attendees constantly checking their iPhones during conference sessions?

Don’t worry. They aren’t bored or trying to be disrespectful to your speakers. It simply an uncontrollable impulse!

A 2011

Mobile Technology and Associations- Still Confused?

Published by Steve Manicor

After attending the ASAE Tech show earlier this month it’s apparent the association community, like the rest of the world, is embracing mobile devices. Not only were smartphones and tablets

Five Reasons to Build a Mobile App

Published by Aaron Manogue

As with any important communications expense, before you build an app for your organization, you need to determine if the app can provide something far and above what the mobile