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Emergency Preparedness – Tips for Event Planners

Emergency preparedness, like flossing, is something that all event planners know they need but always seems to be an afterthought.  The consequences of not planning for an emergency can be steep if something goes wrong.  “Something terrible happened” is not how you...

How to Sell Tickets Without a Website

This is how it feels when you need to sell tickets and you don’t already have a website set up. Or, you have a website, but making changes isn’t simple. Don’t feel constrained. You can sell tickets without a website.  In less than an hour you’ll be selling tickets...

Check Payments are a Bad Idea for your Event

There are many good reasons why we all stopped using film cameras. You had to wait to get results, there were a lot of manual steps and you never knew if you got the picture till later, after processing. Check payments for registration are the same way! Payments by...

Is Your Ticketing Company a Valued Partner?

Event planners are busy and it's no easy feat to pull off a great event. Think for a moment, which of your suppliers go the extra mile to make sure everything is optimal for you? And even more importantly, which of your suppliers just do the minimum? It's especially...

Sell Online Tickets in 5 Easy Steps

Selling online tickets is easy. This straightforward guide helps you sell online tickets and make money for your event in just five easy steps. Even if it's not your first time selling online tickets, use these useful tips and suggestions to get the most out of your...

Tips for Compelling Conference Branding

You invest thousands of dollars on your conference. Your marketing targets potential delegates across the country. Your goal is a great return on your investment. But, your challenge is to get noticed and make a compelling connection with delegates to  attract them to...

Delegate Experience Matters to Savvy Planners

Sometimes the very thing we need to pay attention to is right under our nose. We just can't see it. Every conference planner works hard to secure the best venue, deliver the best program and provide amazing food. In dealing with these important elements, it is easy to...

Tickets and Registration Part 2: When to use them?

We saw in our Seminar Signup example in Part 1 that tickets and registration could both be used. In this article, we show two more examples. One shows when to use tickets, while the other shows when to use registration. Our final example shows tickets and registration...

3 Must-Do Tips For Creating a Great Registration Experience

For most delegates, your registration form is one of the first interactions they’ll have with your event and your brand. And impressions matter, especially first impressions. A good registration form creates an efficient and warm welcome to each delegate into your conference creating a great first impression much like a well-designed business card for your event.

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