The Meeting Planners podcast source for what’s new and exciting in meetings and events industry! Links from the show: www.willitblend.com www.mybarackobama.com http://kogibbq.com/ (Kogi BBQ Case Study) http://www.gozags.com/inspiredseason/ (Gonzaga Athletics Case Study) http://www.bakershours.com/ (Ed Morita Case Study) http://www.sanjosedoubletreehotel.com/ (Doubletree San Jose … Continue reading
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Hosted Blogs for Only 10 Dollars a Year Andy Quayle of the TechBurgh blog has decided to offer up $10 a year hosted WordPress blogs. This means you can have a customizable, completely-in-your-control, tweak-til-the-cows-come-home WordPress installation (instead of the free … Continue reading
If you are not sure about some popular technologies which are filtering into corporate communications. Blog. A shortened form of weblog, a blog is a Web site that displays regular journal entries. While the earliest blogs were largely personal, thousands … Continue reading
A recent Melcrum Survey showed that executives are tapping into these techologies: 63% using Online Video55% using Blogs51% using RSS/Web feeds43% using Podcasts41% using Social Networks
What is the best way you start a conversation? Through your website? Forum board? Wiki? Through your Blog? Twitter? Through your podcast? Talkshoe? A favorite Social media site like – Myspace, Facebook, Linkedin? Ning? Gather? How about virtual worlds like … Continue reading
Twitter.com I caught Twitter.com while reading Eric Rice and CC Chapmans blogs. Man if I didn’t have enough going on now I will probably be glued to this site. Pretty cool website which you can post little blurbs about your … Continue reading
I saw this post on Meetings Industry Soapbox. It is a twist on the new landscape of events and conferences. Scalpers Hawk Conference TicketsPosted by Vincent Alonzo under Current AffairsResponses (0)It had to happen eventually. Ticket scalpers are selling conference … Continue reading