With corporate and association meetings budgets feeling the pressure from current economic conditions, e-meetings/virtual meetings/online meetings/webinars are becoming much more appealing alternatives to traditional live meetings. If you find yourself trying to evaluate whether the online medium is right for your next event, we came across this free webinar that you might find helpful, produced […]
Meetings, Events & Incentive Travel Industry Joins Together for Keep America Meeting Campaign New York – February 11, 2009 – Two days after the U.S. Travel Association and industry leaders from key organizations issued guidelines for recipients of TARP funding, members of the meetings, events and incentive travel industries have banded together in a grassroots […]
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The purpose of this blog post is not to answer the question: “What is Twitter?” (Wikipedia offers a pretty good introduction, if that’s what you’re looking for. Also, check out Chris Brogan’s “Newbies Guide to Twitter.”)
Rather, the purpose of this post is to answer the question, “Does Twitter work for meeting planners?” (Yes.) And if so, how? I am by no means a social media guru (that’s Brogan, above), but having worked with meeting planners for nearly 10 years and being a Web 2.0 enthusiast, I’m happy to offer some insights into how you can benefit from including this popular tool in your event management toolbox.
What are the keys to success for your team and your organization in the year ahead? Among them: Create a positive, engaging workplace. Understand your target market and communicate the appropriate message. Put a well-trained, modern sales force on the ground (or on the phone, web, etc.). With a mix of new names and familiar […]
Some of us haven’t quite figured out how to get the most out of Web 2.0 on the web, but now there’s a new challenge: How do you get the most out of Web 2.0 at your events? Under the heading of “25 signs your event SUCKS!” (a provocative title, indeed), Julius Solaris at EventManagerBlog.com […]