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  • lbradford

    5 Tips for Writing Effective Event Survey Questions

    Surveys are one of the most important tools for event planning. Without feedback, it’s impossible to gauge the success of an event. The greatest strength of surveys is their versatility–use surveys before, during, and after your event to measure your attendees’ interest and satisfaction. Send out a survey before your event to ensure you will meet your attendee’s expectations. Use surveys after an event to see where you’ve excelled and pinpoint what will need improvement next time. Surveys can be one of the easiest and most effective ways to obtain attendee feedback. However, your survey results are only as reliable... Read more »


  • lbradford

    Providing Real-Time Reports

    Many times as a meeting planner, your time is divided between planning the event and reporting back to your clients on the status of the event. Generating and disseminating reports can be time consuming. Having the ability to create custom reports with filtered results is useful, but can still require that you physically run and email these reports to your clients on a regular basis. To help resolve this, EventRebels has designed each custom report with a unique link that can be used to access the report without an EventRebels login. This link is perfect for sharing with those who... Read more »


  • kchopson

    Making Sense of PayPal’s ECommerce Products

    PayPal

    Are you thinking about how to handle payments online for things like donations and online registration? If you are new to online credit card processing, you will probably need a primer on how online credit card processing works. However, if you’ve done any amount of shopping on the Internet, the service PayPal may be the first thing you think of in terms of online credit card processing. PayPal is the leader in Internet credit card processing. However, they do offer a bewildering set of eCommerce products. One of the most common activities EventRebels staff performs is guiding customers through the... Read more »


  • kchopson

    Simplify the Assembly of Your Conference Schedule

    Speakers

    One of the most arduous and time-consuming tasks a planner faces is putting together the conference schedule. Vast amounts of data have to be collected and processed. The data ranges from session information, speaker information and bios, travel needs, A/V needs and so forth. Ultimately, all this information needs to be organized into the conference schedule and then made available to the attendee. Traditional methods of managing speakers and the schedule have focused on dozens of huge spreadsheets and uncountable amounts of data copying. Call for Papers and Speaker Management software slashes the amount of time spent in this process... Read more »


  • kchopson

    Afraid to use Internet Technology for Your Meeting?

    Internet

    Do you want to use the Internet to improve and simplify your meeting planning but someone in your office (maybe your boss) thinks the Internet is too dangerous? Perhaps you live in the world of spreadsheets and that has always worked.  Maybe attendance is down and your budget is getting tighter every year, but any change seems overwhelming. If you fit any of the previous profiles, then you should know that the Internet is not dangerous! Furthermore, if used properly, Internet software will save you time, money and increase revenue and attendance.  Here are some misconceptions that cause meeting planners... Read more »