Christina R. Green is a digital storyteller and writer for associations and businesses, including journals such as the Midwestern Society of Association Executive’s magazine and industry blogs. She’s a voracious reader but has been known to stop reading if there are too many exclamation points used.
Planning For Next Year? Get These Things Right First
It’s not too early to start on next year’s success. Pre-planning in these last few weeks of the year can help ensure you’re ready to hit the new year running. Here’s how to have your most successful year ever.
Creating a Strong Brand Activation Campaign: An Eventprof How To
Have you heard the term “brand activation”? Are you ready to use it to attract a crowd? You should be. While it’s not hard, there are critical things you must know in order to create a strong brand activation campaign.
Grow Up!: How To Transition Meetings To User Conferences
If you’re a corporate event planner, you may already be planning customer meetings. But how do you know when it’s time to transition from meeting with customers on occasion to a full-blown user’s conference? This article will walk you through the steps and the questions to ask.
Beef Up Your Event Marketing and Convert More Attendees
Marketing isn’t just something that happens organically. There’s a lot of work involved and many moving pieces. It all starts with a strong marketing plan. But how do you create one and what is it comprised of? This is what you need to know to get started.
How Not To Panic When Your Event Website Is Not Ready
Whether your redesign is taking too long or you’re just starting out and have yet to finish your website, if your site isn’t ‘open for business’ there are several website substitutions you can use to keep your current online audience connected to you and your organization.
How Difficult Clients Can Make You a Better Event Planner
Have you ever had a client so difficult, you considered leaving the industry? If so, we’re glad you didn’t. It may have actually been a boost for your professional development. Here’s what you probably gained from the experience.