The Events Cal Blog: Lauren

Event planners are on a never-ending quest to measure the success of their events, and for good reason. Event metrics and analytics help us understand why some events are a hit and why others fly under the radar. While there are countless metrics you can analyze to evaluate your events, there’s one indicator of success…

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Your event has come and gone, but there’s still one crucial step left in the event management lifecycle: Follow-up. If you skip out on connecting with attendees after the event, you’ll sacrifice a valuable opportunity to engage with your attendees, build loyalty, and even drum up excitement for your next event. A little bit of…

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To most people, “events” is just another way of saying “cool stuff to do”: concerts, birthday parties, nature walks, book club meetings, Independence Day parades, you name it. But for event planners and promoters, we know that event management encompasses much more than just what happens on the day of your soiree. Leading up to…

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Corporate employees are flooded with calendar invites. From weekly team meetings to company-wide town halls to birthday celebrations to (wait…free cookie cake in the break room?! On my way!) Not every event comes with promises of cake, so it can be tough to get employees stoked about corporate events. Any meeting that’s less than mandatory…

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Tourism bureaus are usually responsible for promoting a mind-boggling quantity of events across tons of distinct categories. We’re talking fine arts, conventions, conferences, outdoor recreation, museums, hotel openings, and more! With so many different types of events, any tourism site will want to engage lots of different audiences. That includes including tourists, business travelers, and…

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It may be the most ubiquitous marketing cliché of all time, but it’s still true: Content is king. That’s especially true on your WordPress site, where your content deserves the royal treatment. That means it’s a good idea to regularly content audit  throughout the site. Cohesive content (or a lack thereof) can make or break…

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