What makes various types of events such a popular and sought-after experience? Is it the performer or the speaker? Sure. Is it the venue? Maybe. Is it the opportunity to learn and experience something new? That’s important too, undoubtedly. Still, what I believe is the biggest attraction of any event is the people you’ll encounter there. With the industry’s shutdown due to COVID-19, how do planners make sure they don’t lose the social aspect when taking their events online?READ THE FULL ARTICLE
Instagram is a really cool social media platform. It has a super neat looks, especially after the recent minimalistic redesign, it’s visual, dynamic and it lets you connect with people who have similar interests. It’s also great, because you can actually use it for multiple purposes. Some people turn their profiles into private photo albums, others stick to a central theme, businesses use it to engage their existing and potential customers. The fact that Instagram is so in your face, with single photos taking up nearly the entire screen of your phone, makes it easy for some of the less refined users to quickly become annoying. In this post, I’d like to discuss things you should absolutely avoid if you don’t want to become one of them and be blocked by your friends due your poor etiquette.