Top 10 Most Popular Discoveries For Friday 7th October

Top 10 Most Popular Discoveries For Friday 7th October

This week I’m taking a look at the top 10 most popular posts from virtual event platforms. The post that has proved to be the most popular from the last 7 days comes from the Eventee blog, which shares ideas for sustainable events.

“Theres no doubt that the convergence of digital, social and mobile technologies has triggered the rise of new event formats that are more interactive, personalized and measurable. Furthermore, sustainable events are becoming more important for event planners with the rise in environmental consciousness.”

With three entries in this weeks list is InEvent. The Zoho blog has two entries while Airmeet, Social Tables, Belive and nunify each have one entry.

Which of these posts is the most interesting to you? Leave a comment and share your thoughts.

110 Ideas for a more sustainable event (actionable tips)Eventee blog
2Fine tune your queue announcements, hold music, and ringing patterns to engage and guide your callers while they wait in a call queueZoho Blog
37 Best Hybrid Events You Would Like to AttendInEvent Blog
4Demonstrating Impact: Everything You Need to Prove ROEAirmeet HUB
5How to Throw a Halloween Party: A Step-by-Step GuideSocial Tables
65 Ways THE WOMAN KING Teaches Events Planners to be AgileInEvent Blog
7How Event Planners Can Take Help From Web Development.InEvent Blog
8Transforming customer relations management with digital signatures and Zoho SignZoho Blog
9What Is Amazon Live And How It Can Help You Monetize Your StreamsBeLive Blog
10Which Webinars Format Should I Choose in 2022?nunify | Webinars & Virtual Events Platform

If you want to know which discoveries are proving popular at any time then check out the dedicated page that lists them. That page is updated constantly, in fact Event Planner News is updated every 30 minutes – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – bringing you the very latest content all day every day! Don’t forget there is also our daily newsletter with the latest posts which is sent to your inbox Monday to Friday.

Previous weeks ‘most popular discoveries’ can be found below and don’t forget to leave a comment regarding your favourite discovery. If there is a site you think is missing or should be included then please get in touch.