March Madness: On The Road With StorySalon

The last few months have been incredibly productive for our the StorySalon team here at DoubleDutch. For those of you unfamiliar with StorySalon, it is our innovative event series that fuses digital and physical realms to create an environment where authenticity is the foundation upon which meaningful conversations and connections are built.

4 Ideas for Creating Social Media Buzz Before Your Event

6 March, 2019
Event marketing gives businesses the opportunity to build strong, long-term relationships with communities, consumers, and lifelong customers. 79% of U.S. marketers say that they use events to generate sales, and 21 to 33% of business marketing spend is going towards events.

The Key to Event ROI: Keep Attendees Engaged Post-Event

27 February, 2019
You’ve spent months planning your event. The day arrives, and everything goes as planned. Better yet, your attendees genuinely seemed to enjoy themselves and you added a bunch of new leads to your funnel. Don’t let the momentum stop there. You have a unique opportunity to nurture your attendees after your eve[…]

3 Event Registration Email Best Practices

5 February, 2019
When done right, email marketing is an effective yet affordable way to get the word out regarding your event, attract the right type of people, and then get them to attend.

4 Ways to Use Push Notifications at Your Events

27 November, 2018
Maintaining a mobile presence for your event has become a necessity for today's event managers. 91% of event organizers have turned to dedicated apps with interactive features to ensure a smooth attendee experience and enhanced business outcomes.  Whether an app powers smaller focused meetings or high-profile[…]

5 Ideas for Live Streaming at Your Events

8 November, 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

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