Ever come to a stage where you are one month from your event and the registration numbers are not coming in? Yet, you are stretched in terms of budget but need to come up with something creative to capture the audience attention?
Time flies and year 2013 is coming to an end within the next 48 hours. It’s been an eventful year for all of us at GEVME and as we approach the new year with more energy, excitement and upcoming public launch of our event data management platform in the new year, we take a look back at our Analytics data and review which are the most viewed and most loved event management blog posts that we contributed to the Events community in year 2013.
I recently came back from a short holiday in Kuala Lumpur and once again, I booked my service apartment through Agoda.com. After my holidays, I was prompted by Agoda to give a rating for my stay at the service suite, which in turn helps others to decide for themselves based on the reviews and ratings of users like myself.
Crowdsourcing has grown as a buzzword since 2011. Not to be confused with crowdfunding, crowdsourcing refers to the practice of obtaining needed services, ideas or content by soliciting from a large group, in today’s environment, typically from an online community. Below shows a trend of how crowdsourcing has become more prominent as a buzzword on Google.