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Keith Johnston

Keith Johnston is the Publisher and Chief Writer Guy of PlannerWire | You can learn more about him here , connect with him on Twitter , Facebook , Google + and LinkedIn.

Omissions, Oversights, and Oopsies – 6 Considerations Event Planners Might Want to Know

Omissions, Oversights, and Oopsies – 6 Considerations Event Planners Might Want to Know Event Planning Mistakes

The event biz is kind of like the mafia… once you’re in, you never really get out. After a decade in media/communications, seven years of which were dedicated to the events industry, in early 2012, I decided to leave that world to pursue a new direction in life. And I’ve found myself in and out […]

Explore Augmented Reality Features To Perk Up Your Event

Explore Augmented Reality Features To Perk Up Your Event

Things which were a figment of imagination or a part of sci-fi movies are a reality today. The result of one such technological boom is Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR). Recently, Corbin Ball ascertained that they are the major game changers in the events industry. In this blog, I will discuss how AR […]

Responsive Design for Conference and Association Websites

Responsive Design for Conference and Association Websites Responsive Design for Conference and Association Websites

2005 was a pretty rough year. We had Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and eleven Asian countries were just starting to recover from the Tsunami. There were some bright spots though. Gwen Stefani had the number two song of the year with Hollaback Girl, Green Day hit with Wake Me Up When September Ends and your […]

Google Chrome Tips and Tricks for Event and Association Professionals

Google Chrome Tips and Tricks for Event and Association Professionals Chrome is the best browser for Conference and Event Planners

Around here at Camp Plannerwire, Google Chrome is the browser of choice. Why? The main reason is integration. We are in the Google Ecosystem and use GSuite (or GoogleDrive, GoogleDocs, or any other name it goes by) for storage and document creation. Using Chrome allows me to have a seamless experience across all of my […]

Make Presentations Fun Again: How Sli.do Has Changed the Way We View Audience Participation

Make Presentations Fun Again: How Sli.do Has Changed the Way We View Audience Participation

You can start off your presentation by saying “I want this to be a discussion,” but it never is. Both you and the audience know that it’s probably going to be a lecture. Because many people fear public speaking, they rather sit back and absorb information than be a part of the discussion. But you […]