Saying Goodbye to Summer


As summer comes to a close for most of us, let’s take a trip to Nikki Beach in Miami where the Declaration of Dance event brought the last party-ers of the season out for a final bash!

Some of these shots are NSFW but all of them are packed with sun, fun, dance and temptation!


At least we all know where to go when it starts to get a little too cold.


Want to show how incredible your location is? Create an event site like this one and share it with the world.

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Let Your Voice Be Heard


The recent shooting of an African-American teen by a police officer has sparked unrest in Ferguson, Missouri and beyond. However, the event has also raised awareness about societal issues, and many people are using it as a jumping-off point for positive social action.

For instance, three Georgia teens reacted by developing an app called “Five-O”. This program allows users to create/submit detailed reports of interactions with police, as well as to rate the officers in question. This data then assists communities in identifying trends so they can team up with activists or the media to solve these problems. It can also be used to compliment and commend law enforcement officials who are doing great work.

We all can and should use apps (and social media in general) to share our views and experiences as a vehicle for understanding and making positive change. Through real time photos and our own words we can make the world a better place using these empowering tools.

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Socializing the Food Industry


The new movie “Chef” starring Jon Favreau shows how hot street food – and food trucks in particular – have become.

Food trucks are more popular than ever because they offer diners a way to try exciting new foods, as well as classic favorites, both quickly and inexpensively.

These days, enthusiastic foodies can enjoy a wide variety of global (and mobile) cuisine in most cities. Whether they’re in the mood for shawarma, pulled pork sliders or artisan grilled cheese, it’s easy to try something different daily. In addition, it’s become a MUST to post pictures of meals and blog about our culinary adventures so we can share them with others. That makes an event site, that collects all of the various social media in one place, the best friend of the food truck (or any eatery) owner.

Using social media tools to pinpoint a current location, upload photos of daily menu items and connect with hungry customers with consumer based marketing and promotion is the best it can get.

So, if you’re in the food industry it’s time to socialize the eating experience!

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Tourism Today – Marketing with Meaning


Tourism has long been an industry of marketing the “dream” of perfect white sand beaches, old world cities with resplendent architecture or snow-capped peaks dotted with ski lodges.

The problem is that today’s vacationer is not so easily sold on the old methods of advertising tourist spots because they have so much real-world access to information about destinations, near and far. You can have all the great stock photos in the world, but if the comments about a certain local are not so wonderful, travelers are simply not going to buy into it.

What will they buy into? Real accounts of the places to which they want to travel, directly from other explorers who’ve been there and experienced the place firsthand. What better way to give them what they want than through an event site filled with travelers’ images, videos and texts from around the world? Any tourism site would benefit greatly from incorporating such a site into their regular marketing material.

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Preserving Culture and Strengthening Community


Miss Philippines USA may be a small pageant in the scheme of things, but to the contestants, it’s a major event in their community and a tie to their roots.

The world has become one large melting pot of cultures and religions and throughout all of that mingling and mixing, it is still important to remember who we are and where we come from. A sense of personal identity and heritage is central to our wellbeing. That’s why it’s wonderful to preserve and share these sorts of events with the community and the world; so that some may be reminded of who they are and others may be shown a different kind of beauty and culture.

Just imagine how your community can be highlighted through the use of an event site full of images, videos and texts, created by the very people who have created it.

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Making Faith a Fad Forever

In many faith leaders’ minds (regardless of which faith), the lord needs no advertisement. However, in today’s world where people are more likely to worship fashion trends than god, it’s safe to say that if you want to get the young people through your doors, you’ll have to show them that they might like it.

In an ingenious move, the Word of Faith Family Worship Cathedral created an event site called “Ignite the Movement” to show just how exciting their services are - and according to the content, it worked!

Check out how you could be making a bigger impact on the younger generation in your community…


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Planning for a Poppin’ Party


It’s summertime and that means lots of big parties; whether they be for your business, family or major life events. If you’re like most people, you get a little stressed out making sure that these party plans are perfectly orchestrated and that everyone will have a great time.

So, here’s a short-list of tips to make sure your party is fail-safe!

List & Organize: Make a list of everything you need to give your bash panache. Every time your pick up one of your list items, cross it off and put it in a designated place. This way when it comes to set-up time, you’ll have everything you need in one location and won’t have to run around frantically.

Themes: Creating a theme for your party can help you more quickly decide what you need, including music, décor, food and drinks. A pro tip is to create a themed hashtag, that added to your invitations, will help guests get into the mood for your party. It will also make them comfortable because they’ll know what to expect and and how to post on social media so that their images, videos and texts can be placed into a cohesive event site to enjoy later.

Evites: Be green and send your invitations via email. This also gives you the option to easily add an RSVP button and keep track of who’s coming.

Self-Serve Bar: Create a cute self-serve bar with a few different liquors and some basic mixers that go along with your theme. This will allow guests to make their own drinks and their own fun!

Stick with us for more advice for making the best events for the summer and all year round!

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World Cup Wrap-Up


It was an exciting World Cup and we were able to capture the spirit of the whole thing through event sites for each of the games. It was a unique experience seeing what happened off the field and behind the cameras.

The happiest moments have to be the German team’s faces and of course the faces of their fans. On the other hand, we have never witnessed such sadness as the Brazilians watching their team lose at such a late stage.

Without the event sites we would have never been able to feel these feelings along with the people who attended the matches in real life. We hope you watched along with us and absorbed every smile, tear and cheer during this massive sporting event.

See you at the next event!

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Making Events that Shine: The RSVIP Club

Let’s face it, going out to a club can be touch and go; not knowing which ones have the vibe you’re looking for and the music you love to dance to. That’s precisely why we’re highlighting The RSVIP Club this week. This promotion and marketing company out of Houston, Texas is using event sites to give everyone a first-hand look into the hottest spots in west!

Going through the events puts you right in the center of the action, with world class DJ sets, VIP bottle service, sexy men and women dancing the night away and the overall feeling of being at those clubs. We think they’ve done an excellent job of using mobile sites to attract and excite new guests as well as create memories for the guests who were there to hold onto (or help them remember the night if it got a little crazy).

Warning: some of these events have adult music and dancing NSFW

Visit their website for more info about what’s hot in Houston:

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Startup Weekend Denver 2014

Today’s blog post is dedicated to a user that created the event site of the week! It was all about Startup Weekend Denver 2014.

A little about the event:
Startup Weekend is a global network of passionate leaders and entrepreneurs on a mission to inspire, educate, and empower individuals, teams and communities. Come share ideas, form teams, and launch startups. All Startup Weekend events follow the same basic model: anyone is welcome to pitch their startup idea and receive feedback from their peers. Teams organically form around the top ideas (as determined by popular vote) and then it’s a 54 hour frenzy of business model creation, coding, designing, and market validation. The weekends culminate with presentations in front of local entrepreneurial leaders with another opportunity for critical feedback.

And now for what you can’t put into words…

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