Dan Gingiss speaks at Social Media Marketing World

Events Marketing and Attendee Experience

Events marketing and attendee experience have become one and the same. After all, the best way to market an event is by attendees sharing their positive experiences with friends and colleagues. If you ask most people who work in social

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Customer Service in an Evolving Events Industry

During the pandemic, I’ve helicopter myself above it in regards to the events industry. What I see is all good. The reason is because prior to the pandemic and for the past 20 years, I’ve been standing on a soapbox. I’ve been preaching to people the power of the event as a medium to deliver a message not unlike advertising, not unlike PR, but a marketing tool.

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Positive Customer Experience Examples Are More Shareable, Study Says

A recent study by business process outsourcing company Sitel Group uncovered a startling statistic about the relationship between customer experience and social media. It found that while 30% of consumers who have had a negative customer experience say they would share it on social media or

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The Best Books And Board Games For Staying At Home

In order to encourage people to #stayathome during the COVID-19 pandemic, I’ve compiled a list of my favorite books, board games, and household necessities for you to peruse. I’ve launched my own Amazon Storefront which will be continually updated. Please

28 Experts Predict the Future of Social Customer Care

Social media is the first marketing channel where customers can actually talk back. This is a new concept for traditional brand marketers, who are used to being able to completely control the brand message with TV and print advertising that

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Study: Customer Service on Twitter Increases Revenue and Satisfaction

Twitter has once again proven that customer service is the new marketing. Following up on last year’s groundbreaking study which revealed that customers are willing spend more with airlines that respond to service inquiries on Twitter, the social media giant