One of most common online registration support questions is “Am I registered?” We suspect many of you have the same experience. You can reduce the number of these anxious questions by providing online tools to allow registrants to verify their own registrations – right from your website! We now provide three ways for registrants to … Continue reading Online Registration Verification – 3 Easy Tools to Use
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How are you using Facebook to connect to your event registrants? Let’s "face" it – with 600+ million members, Facebook offers is a huge opportunity to connect to your participants and grow your online registration. But how? Facebook can be intimidating for small businesses, and developing a Facebook presence can be time-consuming. However, with a … Continue reading Four Ways to Grow Online Registration Through Facebook
As an event organizer, one of the many decisions you need to make when setting up online event registration is how the online registration service fee is going to be paid. Is your organization going to absorb it, or are you going to pass the fee on to your event registrants? From our experience at … Continue reading Online Registration Service Fee: Pay or Pass On?
Online registration is a relatively new industry but has become very crowded and new competitors are popping up weekly. I read an article recently by Barry Moltz published on Crain's Chicago Business' Enterprise City regarding company culture. One of the five points made referenced how companies treat their customers and how customer service is a … Continue reading Competitive Advantage in the Online Registration Market?
Before Al Gore created the internet, which allows us to provide online registration services, events and event management companies relied on paper registration forms to collect data. Many events today use online registration service providers that clutter up the online Form with advertisements and third party promotions that have nothing to do with the event and … Continue reading Online registration: Are your participants being hijacked?