Author Archives: Julius Solaris

About Julius Solaris

Julius Solaris is the editor of EventManagerBlog.com, he is an international speaker and author of The Good Event Registration Guide and Event App Bible.

5 Professional Event WordPress Themes For Your Website

WordPress is the first choice to host event websites for thousands of event professionals. Learn why and how you can save big money on your next event website. 23.3% of all websites worldwide are powered by WordPress. WordPress once was known as the best platform for hosting a blog. It is… Read more

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The Best Posts of 2014 on @EventMB

Wow what a year has been at Event Manager Blog! Free ebooks, reports and loads of content that inspired, entertained and informed you about this incredible industry we are all part of. If you missed them last year I wanted to let you know that we launched three super successful… Read more

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10 Event Trends for 2015

Our most popular article of the year, 10 Event Trends, is out in its 2015 version. What will define the way we run events next year? 10 Event Trends is a tradition of this blog. It’s a presentation featuring the 10 trends defining the event industry for the next year. This year for the first… Read more

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No, I Won’t Share My Slides and You Shouldn’t Ask

Whenever I am asked to share slides before a session I am presenting at, I politely decline. Here is why you should stop asking. I quit sharing slides before my session with the event planner/manager/organizer/education manager in 2009. I was to present at a roundtable of top/senior (and all… Read more

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The Best Posts of November 2014 on @EventMB

Time for our monthly roundup of the hottest articles on your favourite event blog. November was an amazing month full of inspiring content. We are sure you loved it. If you were busy planning your next event, here is what you missed last month. The Best Posts in… Read more

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Twitter for #eventprofs [Infographic]

Twitter is a powerful tool for event professionals. This infographic will help you to successfully use Twitter for event marketing, PR, customer service, research and sales. Last week we launched Social Media for Events, a free book about using social media at events. If Kim Kardashian would… Read more

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Social Media for Events. A Free Ebook for #eventprofs

We are ecstatic to announce Social Media for Events, our third free book. It will blow you away. It’s been in the back of my mind to write a guide about using social media at events for a while. I’ve been writing, researching and working with this subject since 2007. It is very dear to… Read more

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Social Media Changed Events Forever. Here is Proof!

Here is a presentation on how event professionals use social media. This is an appetiser of our next book Social Media for Events, out November 19. Ok let me tease you a little bit. In two days we will release our biggest project to date, Social Media for Events. A monumental guide and… Read more

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sli.do: Q&A and Polls for Conferences and Events [Review]

This article is the first of our newest section, Startup Reviews. The first #eventtech tool we will look at is sli.do, a live response tool for conferences and events with panels or Q&A. While we will keep covering startups in our monthly roundup, Reviews are more in depth analysis of the… Read more

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The Best Posts of October 2014 on @EventMB

Time for our monthly roundup of the hottest articles on your favourite event blog. October was an amazing month full of inspiring content and events. We are sure you loved it. If you were busy planning your next event, here is what you missed last month. The Best Posts in… Read more

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