Online Event Registration Form Setup: 2 Things to Get Right

Planning a successful event takes a lot of forethought. It all starts with nailing down your goals for hosting the event, whether it be to drive a specific number of registrations, fundraise a certain amount, or simply provide an experience for your audience.

You want to kick off any event planning process by thinking about your event from the top down — starting with that goal and then everything you’ll do to accomplish it — so that you can set up your online event registration form and reporting to help you in the long run.

How? 

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7 Often Overlooked Event Planning Details

When it comes down to it, event planning is a game of details. That’s because there are SO many to keep track of. Between your multiple audiences (attendees, vendors, volunteers, sponsors, staff) and their various needs, plus all of the typical logistics...it’s enough to make any event planner’s head spin!

So, what details in particular tend to trip event planners up the most when onsite prepping for an event or the day-of? Here are seven to keep in mind, whether you are a veteran or are planning your very first event:

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9 Tips To Improve Meeting Engagement In Zoom

When transitioning your face-to-face meetings and events into the virtual sphere, you’ll quickly realize that you have to make some adjustments for an effective meeting. What works in a physical space may not translate well into a virtual space, but it can be hard to realize this beforehand. That’s why we’ve outlined nine tips to improve meeting engagement within Zoom

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How to Build a Conference Agenda That Keeps Attendees Engaged

The concept of a conference is pretty straightforward: your attendees will attend multiple sessions on various topics, and typically come together at certain points of the day for keynote speakers and other large-group sessions. By setting a conference agenda, you’ll be able to help guide your attendees through the day(s) and help them decide which panels to attend. 

The most successful conferences, infuse more excitement into the conference agenda — without running attendees ragged. Here are five tips for how to strike that balance:

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How to Write an Event FAQ – Tips & Sample Questions

Answering attendee questions is an inevitable part of event planning. With all the tasks that must be kept track of, answering the same questions over, and over, and over again is not only time-consuming, it loses the registrant’s momentum and excitement that leads to more sales and larger attendance! By putting an event FAQ on your landing page or event registration page, you’re more likely to generate sales by answering their questions immediately. 

Here are some thoughts on writing your FAQ page in a way that’ll effectively keep attendees in-the-know: 

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How to Build an Event Brochure: Your Complete List

Ever worried that your event brochure is lacking or that you’re forgetting something? Event planning can pull you in multiple directions and it can be easy to forget the small details (which are often the most important)!

Check out our simple checklist to ensure your brochure is up-to-date and ready to impress your attendees at your next event.

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6 Steps to Successful Virtual Event Planning

When planning a major event or conference, it’s best to investigate all of your available options in order to maximize your event’s success. Many people and organizations have heard of a virtual event, but have no idea how to pull one off. If you count yourself among them, then these 6 Steps to Successful Virtual Event Planning are sure to set you on the right course to maximizing the success of your event! 

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10 Icebreaker Ideas to Kick Off Your Event

In many cases, you want your event attendees to actually connect and interact with each other. Whether it’s for professional networking purposes or to simply have a great time, icebreakers are a great way to make introductions a little less awkward. (Not to mention, break up the monotony of conferences and similar events.)

Looking for a few icebreaker ideas? Here are 10!

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3 Ways to Effectively Prepare for a New Year

It’s the start of a new year and resolutions are officially underway! If you’re anything like me, you’re probably taking a long look at how your 2019 panned out. Was it an accomplished year? Did you fall a little behind?

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Spice Up the Workplace with These 8 Holiday Event Ideas

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. 🎶 The cheer is spreading, the laughter is getting louder, and the decorations are getting...BRIGHTER! 

To spread extra holiday cheer in the workplace (and spice things up — maybe with some cider?), consider hosting any of these 8 ideas:

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