Expochat – A Year In Review (or…The Best Of)

Chat topic for Wednesday, December 18, 2013 3pm ET/noon PT

This week’s chat will be the final chat for 2013. We will return on January 8th, 2014.

This week will be a hodgepodge of topics as we’ve selected some of the best chat questions from 2013. Please be sure to join us one last time this year.

Q1 From our January chat – What are some ways a struggling show and right itself? Give itself a boost?

Q2. From February chat – What’s the riskiest thing you or your organization did this year (related to shows) what was the result?

Q3. From March chat – What’s the last thing you learned how to do?

Q4. From April chat – Is there other value a show organizer can deliver to exhibitors…something other than just butts in seats?

Q5. From May chat with @tpldrew – what content could show organizer deliver weekly thru-out year that exhibitors or attendees would look forward to? (example: “Exhibit Tip Monday”)

Q6. From June chat – How much info is enough/too much in our show marketing? Is it best to show everything or leave mystery? What must be included what can be surprise?

Q7. From September chat – What are the pros and cons of bundled pricing for exhibitors? Should it be one size fits all or a-la-carte.

Q8. From October chat – What technology have you seen outside the industry that you wish we could have inside the trade show industry?

Q9. Who would you like us to invite to be a guest on Expochat? Favorite speaker? Author? Show organizer? Exhibitor? Your mom?

And of course…our final video for the year…and what else but a YouTube Mashup!

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About Traci Browne

Trade Show Consultant and Freelance Writer
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One Response to Expochat – A Year In Review (or…The Best Of)

  1. Peter Bordes says:

    Tracy thank you so much for using our @TweetChat platform to power up the #ExpoChat community. We look forward to a great 2014, and would love to chat w/ you about how we bring a product into the expo market. Its a very powerful analytics tool to track everything thats happening at events on Twitter:) @MediaLabPete

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