We are now in full spring mode which means spring cleaning time is here.

What do event professionals need to spring clean? Perhaps the checklists you use to plan your events.

That is why we think Eventbrite’s checklist article is a must-read. While a seminar planning checklist may seem basic, many times we get so focused on the next thing that we neglect the simple things.

So as you look to refine your event, think about addressing the basics to keep your attendees happy and engaged.

More to read:

Is Proximity Beacon Technology the Missing Piece to Your Event? (Event Manager Blog)
Look for ways to grow the data for your events in a thoughtful way by using proximity beacon technology. This post gives insight on attendees and great information to you can share with your sponsors.

How to Overcome Language Barriers When Hosting Global Events (Associations Now)
There are many obstacles when it comes to hosting a global event, especially clear communication. Work through this challenge with these ideas.

One Size Does Not Fit All: The Value of Membership Levels (Member Clicks)
Members and event attendees are looking for more and more personalized member experiences. The good news is that by requesting more information and creating levels you can keep your members and attendees coming back for more. 

5 Ways to Keep Up With Instagram’s Ever-Changing Algorithm (AdWeek) Social media changes are happening fast and furiously, and it’s hard to produce content that keeps up. Luckily, there are certain techniques you can use that will help keep your content in your fans’ newsfeed.

What great blog posts did you read this month?