Articles Tagged ‘Event Websites’

Striking the Right Balance with your Event Content Website

Published by Gina Wentling

As an active freelance musician (see the photographic evidence to the right), I am often asked to play “background music.” The coordinator of an event—a fundraiser, a party, a wedding—contacts

How Do Attendees View Your Event? 5 Options

Published by Gina Wentling

Whether they’re looking for a quick dinner on the road or a different way to view your event’s sessions, people want choices. If they don’t have to work too hard

OmniPresence: Save Time & Frustration with a Better Website Experience

Published by Tracy Gundert

These days, it seems like everyone is time-crunched and overbooked. When we visit a website for information, we want an easy, streamlined experience. We want to find what we need

Case Study of the Week: SGNA

Published by Gina Wentling

The Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates needed to update its event content offerings. Moving from printed syllabi and online PDFs to USBs, and later adding an event website and

Playing Devil’s Advocate: Should You Change Your Event Technology?

Published by Gina Wentling

When it comes to changing your event technology resources, there is much to consider, as explained in the recent Event Manager Blog article, “Better the Devil You Know? When to

Omnipress Brochures Now Available for Download!

Published by Gina Wentling

Before ASAE’s 2014 Annual Meeting, we featured quotes from our new brochures on the blog.

The wait is over! Our new brochures, detailing the products and services we offer to

You Shall Not Pass: Event Websites & Access Control

Published by Gina Wentling

The content created for your annual meeting is one of the most valuable assets your association has to offer. Many organizations prefer to keep it under lock and key to