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.

20 Good and Bad Tweets Attendees Will Send About Your Event

Is your event on Twitter? Well, probably you will see these tweets coming your way soon! Oh Twitter, don’t you love it? With its sarcastic, argumentative, serendipitous soul. A bit like us #eventprofs. After reading several hundreds of tweets about events I attended or organised, I made… Read more

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The Best Posts of May 2014 on @EventMB

Time for our monthly roundup of the hottest articles on your favourite event blog. May was fun and thought provoking. We are sure you agree! In case you were busy planning your next event, here is a roundup of… The Best Posts in May 2014 1. 20 Moments Every Event Planner Has… Read more

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Never Make These Social Media Mistakes Again!

Do you find yourself making these mistakes when planning or executing social media for your event? Here is a powerful presentation to fix them. A couple of months ago, I published a quite successful article about social media and events. It looks like there is a lot of need for clarity in… Read more

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10 Infographics for Event Content Managers

There is a new job in the event industry: the Event Content Manager. Here is why content is revolutionising events and how to make the most of content marketing for your events. ‘If you are struggling to find a job in the event industry or want to re-invent your career, if you have a passion… Read more

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Tyler: The Best Event WordPress Theme Out There

I am glad to announce the release of Tyler, our latest WordPress Event Theme. Here is what you need to know. After eight months in the making, I am very happy to announce the release of Tyler, an incredibly beautiful and powerful WordPress Theme for events. It comes after the huge success… Read more

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20 Moments Every Event Planner Has Experienced

Being Event Planner is the most awesome job in the universe. It comes with pain and joy. Join us with a smile on your face to see some of the iconic moments of every event planner’s career. You know what you need on a Tuesday (or Monday, Wednesday or Thursday) morning? A bit of relief from… Read more

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How To Win and Influence Attendees

How do you convince people to attend your event? This article offers 25 techniques to influence your guests and make sure your event is a success. I’ve always researched the topic of influence and persuasion in marketing. I can call it a passion, possibly the reason why I studied marketing… Read more

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The Best Posts of April 2014 on @EventMB

Time for our monthly roundup of the hottest articles on your favourite event blog. We like to think we gave you a good dose of challenges for April, and you enthusiastically took them! In case you were busy planning your next event, here is a roundup of… The Best Posts in April… Read more

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10 Event Startups To Try This Month

Innovation is in details. This article offers an overview of 10 event startups innovating the event industry. They take care of small details that can have a BIG impact. Check them out. Here at EventManagerBlog.com, we love innovation. Startups are the propellers of innovation for most… Read more

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12 Habits of Unsuccessful Event Planners

Attention to details, attendee engagement, expectations management. There is consensus about the anatomy of outstanding events. What about when things go wrong? Are there habits we can change to make our events successful? You betcha! You should know by now, I despise the ‘you should do… Read more

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