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5 unusual ways to attract target audience for your conference

Amidst the rise of fandom culture and comic conventions, author’s meet, TED talks making an event stand out can seem overwhelming for any organizer in this self-obsessed world where everyone is reaching out to be the best in their game. People attend conferences to seek insight about several things, to network, to find writing ideas, to communicate. Be it paid or unpaid a good conference must engage the audience and make them feel that…See More
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5 unusual ways to attract target audience for your conference

Amidst the rise of fandom culture and comic conventions, author’s meet, TED talks making an event stand out can seem overwhelming for any organizer in this self-obsessed world where everyone is reaching out to be the best in their game. People attend conferences to seek insight about several things, to network, to find writing ideas, to communicate. Be it paid or unpaid a good conference must engage the audience and make them feel that…See More
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5 unusual ways to attract target audience for your conference

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Amidst the rise of fandom culture and comic conventions, author’s meet, TED talks making an event stand out can seem overwhelming for any organizer in this self-obsessed world where everyone is reaching out to be the best in their game. People attend conferences to seek insight about several things, to network, to find writing ideas, to communicate. Be it paid or unpaid a good conference must engage the audience and make them feel…

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