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What is E-A-T and Why Should You Care?

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Ever come across the acronym E-A-T (or EAT) in a conversation about your business website and thought to yourself, “What is that? I’m not in the food industry; what does this have to do with my business?”

While your business may no…

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Skills to look for in a Copywriter or Blogger

What skills make up a good writer? Here are some characteristics to look for when researching a high-quality writer. 

Published work

The first step to vetting a writer is reading through their published work.

Generally, a good indicator…

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Having Trouble Getting RSVPs? Try This Pain-Free Approach

Meetings, conventions, and trade shows consistently rank as effective undertakings to engage with customers, prospects, and other employees.

Even so, increased competition, the higher number of no-shows, lackluster speakers, and not delivering…

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Event Technology Myths versus Reality

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5 Most Common Misconceptions

 

If you are a meeting planner, you know that the thought of introducing new or different technology into your meeting environment might be a scary one for a variety of reasons. But the truth of the matter is e…

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A Super Effective Hybrid Solution

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Even though the pandemic is moving on, our meeting and event habits have changed. Some have been clamoring for face-to-face meetings to return; some like virtual events' flexibility, speed, and safety.

This leads many organizations to offer hy…

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Put Teambuilding Front and Center at Your Conference

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Many event organizers think about teambuilding as an add-on function. One that fills a gap in the schedule or can be completed in attendees' free time (i.e., paintball or rock climbing).

But truth be told, the right teambuilder can help build …

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Icebreakers 101: Five Ways to Introduce Them Effectively

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As the name implies, Icebreakers are meant to “break the ice” among individuals that are virtually strangers or perhaps only see each other occasionally. With proper planning, your icebreaker can be an excellent avenue for participants to t…

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Make Your Meeting More Interesting With these Subtle Changes

Are these adjectives associated with your meeting – stale, dull, or uneventful?

If you have planned the same meeting the same way for several years, now is the time to make minor changes, so the event you and your staff work hard on is broug…

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What does Your Front Porch Say About You?

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Your front area, stoop, or porch is the first thing people see before entering your home. In most cases, they linger there for a few seconds. So it’s vital that your porch look as spiffy and welcoming as possible to leave a lasting impression.

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Make Your Meetings More Manageable with These Six Tips

According to a Harvard Business Review poll of 182 senior executives, many feel meetings are too frequent, poorly timed, and badly run. Consider this research:

  • Meetings take up 23 hours of a workweek, up from 10 hours in the 1960s.
  • Meetin…

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New Year Resolutions for Work

 

Work resolutions can be related to personal goals for the year or personal goals for the day-to-day. Even the smallest of changes have the potential to "rock your world" if you let it. So start by incorporating some small, easy-to-do resolu…

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Dos and Don’ts to Keep You Safe This Holiday Season

As the holidays draw near, this is a great time to welcome family and friends into your home or travel to see them.  However, as the days get shorter, colder, and snowier, there are a few safety tips you should keep in mind.

 

12 Dos and …

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Thanking Your Clients on Thanksgiving

As many of you know, Thanksgiving is the time of year to be grateful for so many things….your health….your family….and, of course, your clients. 

Below are five great tips you can do this week to show how much you care. 

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5 Ways to Thank Your Team This Thanksgiving Season

 

With the Thanksgiving holiday quickly approaching, it’s time to appreciate your team in a thoughtful, considerate way. Research has proven that employees who feel appreciated will reward you with loyalty and continued hard work. Team member…

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