Posts Tagged: virtual events


Virtual Event Resources

Our first “Virtual Events 101” bootcamp was a great success. Below are some of the resources we shared during the webinars. You can also view the recordings by signing up here. EventRebels blog articles on virtual events How to Staff a Virtual Event How to Price Your Virtual Conference Why Your Next Conference Should Be a Virtual Conference How to Prepare Speakers For Your Virtual Event How to Save Your Event (And Time!) With Automated CEUs Using Zoom and Virtual Conferences Zoom Best Practices Help Keep Your Virtual Meetings Safe Virtual Event Support Pure Chat (live chat software) Virtual Event Hardware... Read more »


How to Price Your Virtual Conference


Transitioning from traditional face-to-face events to a virtual format can be a real challenge for planners.  One of the toughest problems is deciding how to price your virtual event. With the tough economy, it is especially tempting to simply not charge for your event. This article urges planners to take a close look at the economics of virtual events and really understand the value you are delivering to your attendees. Derrick Johnson, CMP, DES, of the Tally Management Group (TMG) will help us explore the many issues in pricing registrations for virtual conferences. It’s not “Free” “The biggest mistake planners... Read more »


How to Prepare Speakers for Your Virtual Event

Retro microphone and notebook computer, live webcast on air concept

Lights, camera, action–if only it were that easy to present a virtual event! We’ve put together a list of 8 tips to help prepare your speakers for their virtual debut. 1. Create a speaker tool kit. Put together a packet of information for your speakers so that they know exactly what to expect: Include a calendar with any deadlines and practice sessions clearly noted. Provide access to any branded conference materials such as PowerPoint/Google Slide templates or virtual conference backgrounds. Send download and installation instructions for any conferencing software they will need to use. 2. Give equipment and setup suggestions.... Read more »


How to Save Your Event and Time with Automated CEUs using Zoom and Virtual Conferences


After working very hard to put on a great virtual conference, the nail in the coffin for the planners’ exhaustion is often the issuing and collation of meeting related surveys and CEUs. If the work is performed using paper and/or spreadsheets, the resulting toil is usually a mountain of tedious and error-prone management of forms. The work is labor and time-intensive and, consequently, unnecessarily expensive. The good news is that EventRebels Online Registration and ERCEU CEU management software has a direct integration with Zoom Meetings and Webinars that makes it easy to track who attended your Zoom meeting and issue... Read more »


EventRebels goes Zoom for virtual events!


EventRebels is rolling out new integrations with the exploding Zoom video conferencing platform. This great software has a full breadth of tools to incorporate streaming into all aspects of our product. EventRebels is now an approved vendor in the Zoom App Marketplace.  Here is a road map of the features we will be rolling out over the next few weeks and months as part of our virtual layer: Now available! Direct integration between EventRebels and Zoom, connecting a single EventRebels meeting with a corresponding Zoom stream. Allows attendees to register and pay for access to your Zoom Meeting/Webinar via a portal within EventRebels. Portal page can be... Read more »


Zoom Best Practices Help Keep your Virtual Meetings Safe


As the Coronavirus pandemic spread and face-to-face meetings became impossible, people flocked to video conferencing products. A massive surge in use was particularly notable in the already popular Zoom video conferencing platform. In just a few weeks Zoom went from 10 million to 200 million users.  People flocked to Zoom because of its free trial, low pricing, great functionality and ease of use. The widespread usage of Zoom has opened up many possibilities for the package, including its use in virtual conferences. However, Zoom’s rapid rise in popularity has made it a target for hackers.  A series of security and... Read more »