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  • Winning Social Media Strategies for Your Events

    Winning Social Media Strategies for Your Events

    As events and marketing teams seek to gain prospects’ attendance and increase engagement at events, social media is an invaluable tool before, during, and after the event. In fact, 74% of companies are using social media to promote specific activities and features during their event.  Social posting not only serves to generate excitement for an […]

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  • Four Best Practices for In-Person Events

    Four Best Practices for In-Person Events

    With large in-person events in full swing and conference centers around the world filled, many companies are looking for more ways to improve their events. Here are four best practices for providing an optimal attendee experience and maximizing engagement: Work with speakers and agencies to adapt content for the setting. Every space is different, and […]

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  • RainFocus INSIGHT Networking Opportunities That You Won’t Want to Miss

    RainFocus INSIGHT Networking Opportunities That You Won’t Want to Miss

    With the RainFocus INSIGHT conference right around the corner, our team has put together several networking opportunities to make your INSIGHT experience fun and meaningful. While we were originally planning to host a fully hybrid event experience, the recent rise of the COVID-19 Omicron variant and related factors outside of our control have led us […]

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  • Answers to Common Questions About Hybrid Events

    Answers to Common Questions About Hybrid Events

    If there is one thing that all event professionals can agree on right now, it’s that hybrid events are still somewhat of a mystery. Hybrid events have the potential to be the greatest drivers for maximum engagement, insights, and sponsorship value, yet everyone is still questioning how best to execute them. In helping our clients […]

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  • A New Ecosystem: The Future of Physical and Hybrid Events

    A New Ecosystem: The Future of Physical and Hybrid Events

    Events have been evolving and improving over the last eight months in ways nobody could have imagined possible. In that time, virtual events have proven incredibly valuable. It’s time to stop imagining the return to physical events as a full-on pivot and embrace the possibilities of a new hybrid event ecosystem. What does a hybrid […]

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  • The Secret to Our Success

    The Secret to Our Success

    Earlier this month, RainFocus placed 1549 on the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing companies in America. RainFocus was the only event software company to make the list. When asked what has driven the company’s growth, President and Founder, Doug Baird explained, “The reason we’ve been able to grow at such an amazing rate is […]

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  • Four Things That Virtual Events Teach You About Your Target Audience

    Four Things That Virtual Events Teach You About Your Target Audience

    2020 has ushered in the convergence of digital marketing and events in a way that the world has never experienced before. Adding virtual events to the realm of digital marketing tactics offers marketers the opportunity to gain insights about their prospects they never thought possible. Unlike other marketing tactics that disrupt a person’s daily routine, […]

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  • Can a Webinar Really Replace a Virtual Event?

    Can a Webinar Really Replace a Virtual Event?

    With so much confusion in the events industry right now, many organizations are resorting to their webinar provider to host their online events. However, a webinar does not have the same impact as a virtual event. Comparing the two is like comparing a cookie to a designer wedding cake, both are good, but you wouldn’t […]

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  • Takeaways from RainFocus’ Virtual Client Advisory Board

    Takeaways from RainFocus’ Virtual Client Advisory Board

    We care about and invest in the success of our clients. Like most event professionals, our clients are faced with the difficult decision to either postpone their events, cancel, or make the switch to virtual. We conducted a virtual client advisory board meeting yesterday that was attended by 50 clients who learned about our new […]

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  • New Year’s Resolutions: Using Data to Power Your Events

    New Year’s Resolutions: Using Data to Power Your Events

    January is here, and traditionally this is a time to consider what you want to accomplish throughout the year and make resolutions. As you think about your goals for 2020, consider resolving to improve your events by collecting and utilizing data to improve the attendee experience and simplify strategic planning. Why is Data So Important […]

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