Yup, that’s right, we’re having a throwback day to highlight our top 5 event planning blog posts – voted by you!
But, before we get started I’m really excited to share our one-year anniversary of EventPlanning BlueprintTV with you.
Here’s a cyber ‘cheers’ to you!
Stay tuned because we have new episodes coming up this spring where we’ll talk about planning International events, how to find your niche in the market, and how (and when) to build a team.
And, April is going to be a big month because there’s an exciting project I’ve been working on for months that will come to life!
I’ll keep you in the loop, of course.
Now, in the spirit of ‘throwback Wednesday’ I invite you to take a trip down memory lane with me through the top 5 event planning blog posts that you voted for:
Top 5 Event Planning Blog Posts#1 – Top 15 Event Planning Blogs, Are you Following Them?
With the amount of information online it makes even the most seasoned event planner want to pull her (or his!) hair out. So, we’ve complied a list of the top 15 event planning blogs in the industry today.#2 –Your 10 Steps To Becoming An Event Planner
A common mistake is to be all things to all people so rather than being a wedding planner and a party planner and a fundraiser and a…you get the idea…it’s important to focus on your strengths and an area you’re most passionate about.#3 – How To Make Money As An Event Planner
Do you know how to charge for your services? I am emailed about this question almost every day, so instead of struggling read this post on charging more for your valuable time.#4 – Discover 8 Easy Steps To Get Your Event Planning Website To The Top Of Google
It’s important to have an online presence so your clients can find you. SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is critical if you want your website to come up in the search results when someone is searching for an event planner in your area.#5 – 10 Event Ideas Inspired by the 1920s
If you’re looking for that knockout concept for your next event, why not take advantage of the popularity of the movie version of The Great Gatsby and people’s love of all things vintage? Whether it’s a private party, product launch or corporate event, check out these ten event ideas inspired by the 1920s.
I hope that if you missed any of these, then you’ll get some inspiration for your event planning business.
I’d love to hear from you, so in the comments below, I want to know…
Which of these 5 event planning blog posts is your favorite?
And, most importantly, what is ONE topic or question you have for me that will help propel your business forward? Have a great week,