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Introducing: Advanced Surveys

Today we released new survey capabilities aimed at improving the way organizers collect information, insights, and feedback from event attendees.  

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Introducing: Advanced Surveys

November 9, 2018
Today we released new survey capabilities aimed at improving the way organizers collect information, insights, and feedback from event attendees.  

5 Ideas for Live Streaming at Your Events

November 8, 2018
We've all experienced a live video experience from a brand or influencer that we love.  It's become a staple to our content viewing habits in the past couple of years.

Who killed the Event App? A Murder Mystery by DoubleDutch

October 31, 2018
Event managers, this is a cautionary tale of misuse. Beware of such fatal mistakes...

Introducing Code of Conduct

October 23, 2018
Your event app is an important asset for attendee engagement and networking. But, what if it could also create a safer environment for your attendees? That’s what our new feature, Code of Conduct, is all about. We wanted to help organizers facilitate safer events and hold attendees accountable for violations […]

Event Tech for Marketing Lesson 3: Measure Performance and Manage Data

October 15, 2018
In our final lesson in the Mobile Event Apps for Marketing series, we'll explore how you can glean insight from your event performance data. Event apps are powerful marketing channels embedded with discussion threads, personalized content, and networking features.

Event Tech for Marketing Lesson 2: Drive Adoption and Engagement

October 8, 2018
  In our last lesson, we walked through the basics of event app creation. Once your event app is created the next step is to get as many attendees into that app as possible. This isn't always an easy task, this lesson will outline not only how to drive event app adoption, but also how to engage attendees in y[…]

The Long Tail of Live Events and the 5X Rule

October 2, 2018
In statistics, the term “long tail” refers to a particular distribution pattern in which several high frequency items are followed by a much larger number of decreasingly low frequency items.