Four important elements of social media in which all professionals should be fluent—with links for those seeking a refresher.
In a vast sea of information, how will your conference website be found? And how will it make a great impression so your members, customers and sponsors want to open their wallets and pay for your live content rather than another conference?
Getting the most bodies through the door at your next event will likely hinge on how well you did at creating genuine buzz. Here are four ways to achieve that and ensure there’s much anticipation for your next event.
Mastodon is about people connecting with people, it’s not a business or marketing thing. But it still has clear possibilities to aid meeting and event communities.
When you’re using a DIY approach to creating video content, it’s important to master the basics. It can be a steep learning curve, and I’m still learning, but here are important lessons I’ve learned so far.
No social media platform remains static. It’s important to keep abreast of changes and adjust how you use each channel.