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Conference Planning Guide

How to organize a research conference your delegates will love.

Promoting your conference

27 July 2013

There are numerous channels for promoting conferences, the one you choose will depend on the time and budget you have available. We’ve put together a list of tools that will help you to advertise your event, even with a small budget. [July 2017 Update: Ex Ordo announce PaperCrowd, the free research conference directory. Promote your conference…

Conference Promotion

Make your call for papers stand out

5 July 2013

Academics can receive hundreds of call for papers emails every year (as you can see in the image below!). Yours will have to be catchy, neat and informative if you want them to open it. [July 2017 Update: Ex Ordo announce PaperCrowd, the free research conference directory. Organisers can add a conference and make it visible…

Conference Planning Collecting Submissions

Ready To Put Your Reputation On The Line?

11 June 2013

As chair, every aspect of the conference including its success or failure rests on your shoulders. If it goes well, the speakers will be praised and if it goes bad… The conference reputation all depends on how the chair handles it. We’ve compiled a list of solutions to problems we sometimes see crop up when…

Conference Planning

Kickstart your Call For Papers!

29 March 2013

[July 2017 Update: Ex Ordo announce PaperCrowd, the free research conference directory.  Add your conference for free and and make it visible to researchers all over the world. You can read how PaperCrowd improves the Call for Papers here.] Issuing your call for papers is the first interaction you have with potential authors and delegates. Email may be…

Collecting Submissions