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Monthly Archives: January 2012

Why I Invested in Eventasaurus

It so happens I’ve invested in Eventasaurus. I thought I should let you know. Since last week, I became an investor in Eventasaurus. I’ve also taken up an advisory role with the company. I am writing to let you know about it as I do believe in full disclosure and that you, dear reader, need… Read more

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Event Fun #3: Social Overload

When too much is too much… Thanks to Chris Shipton of Livescribes, you can find him on Twitter @chrisshipton. Social Media… Read more

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imbookin Aims to Be Your One Stop Event Booking Service

imbookin is a new startup on the block willing to simplify the event lover pain of chasing people to book venues and meal options. RFP simplification is quite a hot event startup topic. Event marketplaces are popping everywhere. We all know of Cvent RFP engine and recently Eved got our attention… Read more

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Use Eventbrite Like a Pro: Beyond Social Media

This is a sponsored post by Eventbrite. For more information about sponsored posts click here. Here is the third post in our featured series about optimising Eventbrite to sell more tickets and learn the nifty little features they’ve been able to pull together. So we’ve looked at its powerful… Read more

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10 Event Trends for 2012 Free Webinar is Tomorrow

Just a friendly reminder that the 10 Event Trends for 2012 Webinar is tomorrow. You can sign up here, it’s free. You can read more about it here. You can check the presentation here. See you… Read more

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Plancast Dies

It is with great shock I write the following post. I just finished reading this post at Techcrunch and I can’t really accept the news that Plancast is dying. I’ve been a fan of Plancast. I think they really nailed an aspects of our industry that most event technology companies or startups… Read more

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Easily Submit Your Event to Online Listings with Getpromotd

2012 is the year of Event Dashboards. We have less money and time to do manually what can be automated through online services. Enter GetPromotd, an easy tool to help you promoting events through online listings. Many readers write anguished requests for help. There is too much going on…. Read more

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Check in Your Guests with CheckInEasy

In the past we’ve covered smart ways to check in your guests. Today I want you to know about a nice little tool called CheckInEasy. CheckInEasy is an extremely easy-to-use guest list & event check-in iPad/iPhone app that was recently used by Google at their holiday party to check-in 2600 guests… Read more

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Event Startups Are Getting Hot

Not sure if you’ve noticed but lately event startups are getting a lot of press attention for their outstanding results and staggering investment rounds. There was a time where the occasional startup offering basic services such as registration would pop up without gathering too much attention… Read more

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10 Event Trends for 2012: Free Webinar

10 Event Trends for 2012 is a presentation I published last week on this blog. I don’t believe any piece of content on event planning has ever had so much attention. The presentation was viewed over 40,000 times in a week. It was downloaded almost 300 times and favorited by dozens. Just… Read more

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