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Navigating Social Stats

When platforms like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn founded the social media scene, there were neither handbooks nor how-to guides for marketers.  Instead, we made it up as we went along.  Data that helped demonstrate ROI to the C-Suite was non-existent.  But as time passed and more platforms appeared to an eager audience, keywords like engagement […]

More Common and Avoidable Social Media Guffaws

Here are some additional guffaws that I see in my travels through the social media landscape: Links to nowhere:  Truth be told, this is one of my biggest social media pet peeves!  If a reader clicks on a link, he or she is seeking additional information on a topic, product or service.  Frustration ensues when […]

Mobile App Adoption & Engagement Best Practices

You and your team have created and launched a comprehensive mobile app for your upcoming event.  The data has been updated, the navigation has been evaluated, and seemingly endless rounds of testing have ensured that the app downloads easily and runs on major operating systems without a hitch.  Bugs and kinks have been identified and […]

Social Gone Stale: Refresh Tips

If your messaging feels stale and you’re ready to breathe some fresh air into your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn pages, here are some strategies and approaches to consider: Tell a story: Content remains king, and an easy and effective way to attract and retain attention is to tell a story.  Make the story personal and […]

What Does Snapchat Mean for Meetings? 

As with any social networking mobile app or site, event marketers must know their audience.  Different social sites appeal to different people, and few consumers actively engage in all social media platforms.  Snapchat hasn’t yet garnered the same following as other more entrenched social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.  The platform is very […]

My Top Ten Meeting Planner List

Recently I was asked for a list of tips/tricks that help me every day as a meeting planner:  both personally and professionally.  Putting this list together was fun, but it was also a challenge, and not in a way that one might think.  Finding ten things that I do daily – and are suitable for […]

Mobile Event App Adoption and Engagement Considerations

You and your team have created and launched a comprehensive mobile app for your upcoming event.  The data has been updated, the navigation has been evaluated, and seemingly endless rounds of testing have ensured that the app downloads easily and runs on major operating systems without a hitch.  Bugs and kinks have been identified and […]

Social Media Trends to Watch for in 2017: Part II

Here’s a continuation of our last blog on social media trends for 2017: Dependence on mobile technology: Free and reliable wireless internet access is becoming more widely available, especially in the meetings and hospitality industry.  Mobile technology continues to advance and the most popular social media channels are adapting to that demand.  Expect social networks […]

Social Media Trends to Watch for in 2017

What does the future hold for social media platforms and enthusiasts?  At the beginning of this decade, many seasoned marketers labeled the limited field of fledgling social networking websites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as passing fads that were not to be taken seriously.  More recent additions to the social media scene – Instagram, […]

Demystifying Social Video for Meetings: Part II

Whichever platform you choose to employ during your next meeting, follow these best practices: Lead with your platform of strength: New to social broadcasting? Launch your live streaming efforts on one platform at a time. If the majority of your social media followers are on Twitter, for example, begin with some short broadcasts on Periscope, […]