9 Books All #EventProfs Should Read

Posted by Rachel Siford

Dec 19, 2014 4:26:00 PM


All #eventprofs know the stress and obstacles they face when planning an event. So, to help event planners create better events with less stress, we’ve found 9 amazing books that will show how to , increase productivity and profits, and improve the experience of attendees.

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Topics: Event Industry

The SEO Guide For Event Planners

Posted by David Epstein

Dec 18, 2014 11:52:49 AM


So you’ve built a beautiful event website and you’re excited to start selling tickets. You really want people to find you ‘organically’. You hope people will just search for you on search engines and just… find you. Well, it’s not that easy - but we have a solution - SEO! It’s our mission to make event professionals more successful, because of that, we’ve created a guide that will show you how to make your website discoverable by attendees via SEO aka Search Engine Optimization.

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Topics: Event Website SEO

5 Websites #EventProfs Should Constantly Read

Posted by Siobhan Becker

Dec 12, 2014 2:39:04 PM


If you’re in the process of planning an event, chances are you’re checking LinkedIn or Twitter for the latest news in the event industry. These resources are great because they provide you with updates about the things you love, but not every post or tweet is tailored to your business or event.

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Topics: Tips, Social Media, event technology, Event Industry

Top 5 Event Trends for 2015 from Top Event Profs

Posted by Emma Borochoff

Dec 10, 2014 5:18:00 PM

2015 Event Industry Trends

2014 has been a spectacular year- big data is (even more) the rage, instant gratification became our best friend with the likes of Uber, Tinder, and everything between, and, oh, we’ve all selfied ourselves out.  But what exciting things in the world of event technology will 2015 bring us?  We asked some of the top event industry professionals to tell us what our #eventprof future beholds!

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Topics: event technology, Event Industry

4 TED Talks to Spark Event Planning Ideas

Posted by Siobhan Becker

Dec 4, 2014 5:05:22 PM

TedTalks for Event Professionals

TED, Technology, Education and Design, is a nonprofit organization that gathers innovative thinkers together to share new ideas. Many successful professionals in the business world have presented live speeches called TED Talks at TED conferences around the world. TED records and saves every talk to the TED Talks video archive, available to the public.

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Topics: Event Organizer

The Ultimate Calendar of Marketing, Sales and Tech Conferences of 2015

Posted by David Epstein

Dec 1, 2014 6:05:00 PM


Finding great conferences to attend is difficult. We want to make it easier for you to attend the right ones. Below you will find a dynamic global list (check back for updates) of 2015 events covering marketing, sales, or tech. Hope you’ll find it useful. Did we miss any important ones (we probably have…)?  Please get in touch or tweet at us @bizzabo.

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Topics: Event listings

12 Unique Warm Weather Venues for Your Winter Event

Posted by Jasmin Waisburd

Nov 21, 2014 5:44:00 PM

Snowy winters are great, but if you need to plan an event and expect guests to arrive from different parts of the country (or world), a snowstorm in your event’s city could put a serious damper on your plans when attendees start to show up. So Bizzabo has a solution for you, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most unique venues in warm locations throughout the US. With event locations ranging from California to Florida, you can be sure attendees will be ready to escape the cold to start networking and learning at your event.

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Topics: Event Planners, Venue, Event Industry

Using Tumblr, Flickr and StumbleUpon to Promote Your Event

Posted by Siobhan Becker

Nov 19, 2014 4:42:00 PM


Just last month, you learned #eventprof best practices for using Pinterest, Reddit and Instagram. Now we'll show you how to reach an even wider audience through implementing a Tumblr, Flickr and StumbleUpon social media strategy. These platforms have the potential to further maximize your event’s exposure, and in the age of social sharing, who could ask for more?

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30 Social Media Networks #EventProfs Should Use

Posted by David Epstein

Nov 13, 2014 5:13:00 PM


Undoubtedly, you’ve heard of the major social media networks, and you’re probably already using some of them to promote yourself and your events. But besides Twitter, and Facebook there are a plethora of networks out there that can help event professionals to reach highly qualified audiences with ease.

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Topics: Social Media, Guide

The Google+ Guide for Event Professionals

Posted by David Epstein

Nov 6, 2014 5:51:00 PM


Of the major social networks, Google+ is likely the most difficult to crack. With an estimated 540 million active monthly users, the social media platform certainly attracts enough users for it to warrant a unique social media strategy. But Google+ features are more complex than those offered by Twitter or Facebook, so the social media platform will require that you take some time to plan out how to specifically leverage all of the offered features.

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Topics: Guide, Event Industry

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