The Events Cal Blog: Lauren

After months of virtual meetings, classes, conferences, and happy hours, many of us are wondering when it will be safe to return to in-person events. The answer? It’s complicated. As much as we’d like to hit Ctrl + Z and return to a pre-COVID world, there still isn’t a clear understanding of what the outlook…

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Whether you worship in a church, mosque, synagogue, or temple, your faith organization’s website needs an events calendar. A calendar makes it easy for worshippers to keep track of upcoming services, youth groups, and special events. It also makes it easy for church administrators to track registration, attendance, and sell tickets. Your calendar can even…

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If you’re embracing virtual events, you’re in good company. These days, event planners are hosting classes, performances, and even conferences virtually. But figuring out how to make money on your virtual events can be a challenge at first. With an online event, you can’t sell tickets at the door, so you need to adapt your…

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Virtual events can be great: The convenience! The low overhead! The countless ways to connect with people around the world!  But if you’ve ever sat through a painful video call or a boring online class, you know that virtual events can also be a drag if they’re not executed properly. The key to creating engaging…

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Facebook recently announced a slew of new tools and features designed to help foster virtual connections, and these updates could have major implications for event planners as they move more events online. From a new option to monetize Facebook Live events to a group video chat that rivals Zoom, here are some of the changes…

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