Tag Archive: attracting attendees

Who Is Your Conference Really Attracting?

Tweet Attracting first-class, first-rate, quality attendees is one of the most complex and important keys to your conference’s business model. Too many conferences attempt to be all things to all people and end up with a watered-down offering. You need a process to help you identify your various attendee segments and who your target market…

Your Attendees Are More Than Transactions. They Are Unique Individuals!

Tweet The traditional approach to understanding your conference attendees has been to consolidate and analyze their transactions, attendance and activities at various events. Knowing the customer has been confined to segmentation, statistical averages and historical inferences. This is no longer enough! Organizations need to have a much more holistic view of their customer based on…

Using Content Marketing To Grow Conference Attendance

Tweet   Joe Pulizzi shares how he uses content marketing to grow attendance at the Content Marketing World Conference. Here’s a rundown of his video if you want to fast forward to a specific area. 00:10 – Who Is Joe Pulizzi & What Is The Content Marketing World Conference 01:00 – What Is Content Marketing?…

Three Conference Mindsets (And More Research You Need To Know)

Tweet People’s behaviors, needs and preferences online reflect their offline actions. Understanding some of their online human activity can help conference organizers understand and connect with their onsite conference attendees. Ultimately, securing the right kind of conference content is exactly what your attendees seek. The Research In Spring 2011, About. com partnered with Latitude to…

Using Social Media To Generate Conference Attendee Registration

Tweet “This year we are going to start engaging with more people via social media,” your boss says at the staff meeting. “We’re going to have a conference blog, a Twitter feed, a conference Facebook page and a Linkedin event. And I need each of you to contribute some weekly content.” Hearts drop. Eyes roll….