Articles for ‘Social’

Use These Social Media Tips to Promote Your Event

Published by Kayla Borden

One of the more surprising findings from our 2017 State of the Conference Industry report was how many associations are not re-using their conference content to promote their upcoming events.

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

Marketing with Conference Content: Part 4 – Promoting Your Conference with Twitter

Published by Matt Larson

Twitter is one of the most intimidating social media sites for people to start using. I’s seemingly secret language of #s and @s can easily scare off newcomers who try

Marketing with Conference Content: Part 1 – The Event Planner’s Advantage

Published by Matt Larson

When it comes to planning a conference, how often are you asked to do more with less? More food and beverage options, but for less money. More speakers, but in

Embrace the Anti-Resolution in 2016

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

It’s the start of a new year, where we hit the imaginary re-set button and magically become healthier, happier, more educated and more organized. More, more, more, more. If you’re

What Facebook’s New “Fundraiser” Pages Mean for Associations & Nonprofits

Published by Aaron Manogue

About two months ago, Facebook announced that it would be creating a Social Good team, with the purpose of building tools that will help contribute to good causes around the