Last month, we covered a list of best sales blogs around the web. This month we bring to you the most informative resources for Event Marketers. The web is inundated with so much content on the events industry that it is hard to filter out what caters to your specific needs. If you are an Event marketer, you probably would want to use your reading time judiciously.
Here are our top 5 picks:
1) Jifflenow Blog:
The Jifflenow blog provides an interesting mix of visuals and textual posts on event technologies, best practices for event marketers and sales executives, and trends from latest industry events. Their recently launched microsite is a beautiful illustration on how an event marketer can schedule meetings most effectively. This blog is focussed on the technologies that can help you make the most out of face to face meetings at events and improve ROI on marketing spend.
2) Event Manager Blog:
The event manager blog is a great resource on articles on a wide variety of topics ranging from education, inspiration and innovation. They cover topics from personal management at events to companies who are acing event marketing. Follow them for some great out of the box content ideas for marketing an event.
3) Event Marketer Blog:
The Event Marketer blog covers both B2B and B2C topics. It is a great repository of articles on consumer insights, changing face of the events industry, latest news from on-going events and most interestingly, event measurement. They also run a monthly magazine for Event Marketers covering the top personalities and
4) Conferences That Work:
Adrian Segar, the best selling author of “Conferences that work” provides interesting insights on how to make the most out of your face-to-face meetings at events, provides consultation on conference design, facilitation and peer conferences. the
5) Techsytalk Blog:
Techsytalk covers everything from event planning, event technologies, social media and inspiration for events. The blog also features videos, interesting talks, and latest news from the event tech industry. Follow them for a more colourful and entertaining take on the otherwise monotone world of B2B events.