By Michele Linn published August 30, 2012

How to Cover Your Bases When You’re Covering Live Events

It may be challenging to get content from covering live events, but there are a lot of options and the benefits are great. Here’s how to cover all your bases with content while attending a conference. Continue reading

By Jodi Harris published July 29, 2012

Survival Guide: The Essential Tools for Attending Industry Events (like Content Marketing World)

Just because you’re out of your office at a conference doesn’t mean you’re out of your element. Take a look at these essential tips and tools our Content Marketing World speakers use to meet their conference goals and make the best use of their time on-site. Continue reading

By Joe Pulizzi published April 12, 2012

Content Marketing for In-Person Events: 15 Ways to Extend Your Reach

How can a brand extend the reach of their in-person event through content creation, distribution and social media? Joe Pulizzi shares 15 different ways in this post. Continue reading

By Rachel Foster published April 11, 2011

The Pros and Cons of Tweeting at Live Events

I recently had the pleasure of attending a TEDx event. Many of my clients, friends and tweeps were interested in the content, so I told them I would tweet live … Continue reading

By John Nawn published July 15, 2010

How to Distribute Content that Engages After Face-to-Face Meetings

In the first two posts in my series on content strategies for conferences, meetings and events, I  discussed content creation and 20 ideas for content delivery designed to help you … Continue reading

By John Nawn published July 8, 2010

20 Ways to Deliver Content that Engages at Face-to-Face Meetings

In last week’s post, I identified several ways organizations are developing content in order to better engage with attendees prior to their meetings. This week, we turn to 20 innovative ways … Continue reading

By John Nawn published July 1, 2010

How to Create Content That Engages At Face-to-Face Meetings

When marketers think of the reasons why they need great content, they often think about their online marketing programs, but content is just as important for in-person meetings and events. … Continue reading