On INXPO TV this week, our very own Matt Halicki delivered a best practices program on registration pages. When I hear the term “registration page,” the last thing I do is jump high with excitement. That being said, the success of our online event can depend on it. So you better jump through hopes to do it right.
If your organization places a certain business value on each additional registration, then applying best practices to your registration page can generate additional registrations (that you otherwise would not have seen), which can transform your role from rising star to rock star.
Without further ado, I’d like to relate five registration page best practices that Matt covered in his program.
Image: The STAREAST hybrid conference from Software Quality Engineering (SQE).
We’ve written quite a lot about hybrid events. Feel free to peruse the38 blog posts that we’ve published on the topic. With hybrid events, meeting and event planners can dramatically extend the audience reach of their face-to-face events, while growing subscription and sponsorship revenue. In addition, organizations from Cisco to PCMA have reported that the “digital extension” (to a physical event) is proven to drive attendance to subsequent face-to-face events.
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We’re so excited about doing internal communications (via an online platform) that we’ve put the words to a song. Which song? “What Makes You Beautiful,” by One Direction (@OneDirection).