Posts Tagged: mobile

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EventRebels Mobile Lead Retrieval App Video

EventRebels’ Mobile Lead Retrieval App Video ERLead is a lead retrieval app designed to allow exhibitors the ability to scan leads directly with their smartphones or tablets at a fraction of the cost of traditional lead retrieval hardware rentals. We’ve created a little video for exhibitors to show how easy it is! Contact us if you would like to find out more!    

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Four Easy Sponsorships for your Mobile Event App

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Not only does the mobile event app make it easier for your attendees to navigate and engage with your meeting, it provides you a new channel for sponsorship revenue. Because almost everything in the mobile app can be tracked, you can provide great data to your sponsors. This data can a strong case for the ROI on their investment. The opportunities for mobile app sponsorships are many – here are four great possibilities. 1. Home Page Sponsorship The home page is the first page the attendee sees when the app has finished loading – it is the gateway to the... Read more »

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17 Reasons why a Lead Retrieval App is Better for Your Show

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You have probably heard frequent complaints from your exhibitors about how expensive it is to rent lead retrieval units for your show. In contrast to inexpensive and easy-to-use lead retrieval apps, the old fashioned way of doing lead retrieval is cumbersome for many reasons: The lead retrieval units are expensive! Some of the reasons for these high costs are described below. Buying the old-fashioned units is typically done in an old-fashioned way, such as faxing or emailing a form with a credit card. By the way, this is also a violation of good credit card security practices. The hardware is... Read more »

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Trade Show Lead Retrieval App for Apple & Android Phones and Tablets!

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EventRebels is continuing to improve ERLead, a lead retrieval app designed to allow exhibitors and sponsors the ability to scan leads directly with their iPhone or Android smartphone, at a fraction of the cost of traditional lead retrieval hardware rental. Using QR code and smartphone technology, ERLead provides an integrated solution for exhibitors’ lead retrieval app needs. Attendee badges include a QR code that allows exhibitors to scan and access only the contact information that the meeting planner wants to share. No Hardware Onsite! Free downloadable app works on Apple and Android smartphones and tablets. The solution provides significant savings... Read more »

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What do your Attendees Think?

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Have you ever been frustrated by the difficulty of getting accurate feedback from your conference attendees? Surveys, of course, are still the most popular and robust way to see how your attendees think about your show, but they can suffer from poor response rates. Fortunately, the rise of social media and mobile technologies give you more options than ever to capture the pulse of your attendees. Here are some options you may want to consider:Better Surveys. Despite its problems, surveys are still the best way to get feedback. There are many ways for you to improve surveys. The first big... Read more »

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Is Your White Labeled Event App Dead?

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The demand for mobile event apps for attendees is red hot. Event branding is very important to show producers, so it is important to package the event app in a way that reflects the brand as much as possible. Currently the most effective way of doing this is to “private label” or “white label” the event app. This type of labeling maximizes the brand by listing the app under the event or organization’s name in the app store, customizing the start up or “splash” page, and setting the look and feel of the app to reflect the event’s branding. White... Read more »

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Bringing Your Event and Marketing Data Together

Until recent years, there has been a one-way relationship between marketers and event planners. Namely, the marketing department would do their work to promote an event, but little help traveled back from the event planners back to the marketing team. Much event data, especially the onsite experience, was considered a black hole of information with little to glean for future marketing efforts. Fortunately, the rise of great event technology and mobile event apps are now providing a rich set of data that can be used to better promote events as well as providing valuable information to the marketing department on... Read more »

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Ten Ways to Use Facebook Live & Periscope Streaming Apps for Your Conference

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Live streaming apps have quickly been recognized as a terrific way to extend your meeting’s brand beyond in-person attendees. Twitter’s Periscope was the first to show the possibilities of live streaming events. However, the arrival of Facebook Live offers a chance to expand your show’s reach to Facebook’s giant ecosystem of over a billion users. The good news is you do not need to pick just one of these apps – you can use both! Since these free apps are a particularly good way to reduce expensive A/V costs, they will be particularly attractive to smaller meetings. Here are some... Read more »

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Is Your Online Registration Form ADA Compliant?

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Is your website ADA compliant? Section 508 is the key portion of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) that deals with websites. The provision was enacted in 1998 to make available new opportunities for people with disabilities and to encourage development of technologies that will help achieve these goals. For years, developers have often created websites that are Section 508 compliant only if the site is part of a government contract or have an audience that requires these standards. However, in recent years, there has been an increasing amount of cases where websites that are not compliant have opened themselves... Read more »

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Stream At Your Own Peril, Part Two

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This is part two of an article that originally appeared as the lead story for The Meeting Professional June 2016 issue. Click here to go to Part One Everything is About Communication The key to avoiding and surviving such lawsuits is to make the intentions of the conference clear. “My best advice is to alert all parties concerned that a live streaming app like Periscope is being used, where and when,” says Tyra Hilliard. “Disclose it in speaker and entertainment contracts and get permissions as needed. Disclose it in registration materials and ask registrants for permission to use their images.... Read more »