Category: Mobile Solutions for Conferences

Interactive text messaging software enabling you to communicate, engage, and collect data more efficiently.

VIDEO GUIDE: How to set up your live polling service for events and conferences

VIDEO GUIDE: How to set up your live polling service for events and conferences This video quickly walks you through how to set up a live poll (live polling service) with Mosio Q&A using the Surveys feature in the system. You’ll have your audience text SURVEY to your texting number, then complete the survey you…
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4 Simple Church Service Improvements Using Text Messaging

4 Simple Church Service Improvements Using Text Messaging A recent study concluded that roughly 98 percent of SMS messages are opened and read within about fifteen minutes of receipt. Given these eye-opening statistics, there’s no doubt that text messaging is the most direct way to communicate with almost everyone today. Throughout the country, many churches…
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Event Text Messaging | 6 Ways to Use SMS at Events, Conferences and Meetings

A few weeks ago I was at a conference in San Francisco, settling in for the keynote presentation, when the event host reminded everyone that there was a free Conference app they could download with information and other links, and that a screen would be showing the conference Twitter feed all day. I looked at…
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Text Messaging: One of the Most Powerful Conference Technologies You’re Probably Not Using

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Text Messaging: One of the Most Powerful Conference Technologies You’re Probably Not Using The statistics about text messaging are staggering: 23 billion texts are sent each day worldwide; 97% of Americans send at least one text a day; the average adult spends 23 hours a week texting. With texting growing more popular each year it’s…
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Top 5 Ways Text Messaging Enhances Audience Participation

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We’ve always been told to turn off our phones for important events and meetings. But what if you were told that allowing your attendees to text message during your next presentation could greatly increase overall audience participation? It’s true: Text-to-screen services are changing the rules when it comes to proper phone etiquette during events and…
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Launching the Mosio for Events Display from a PowerPoint Presentation

Launching the Mosio for Events Display from Inside a PowerPoint Presentation

Launching the Mosio for Events Display from a PowerPoint Presentation We’ve had some clients ask the best way to launch their events display from inside of PowerPoint, Keynote, or other presentation software. Some have asked if they are able show the event’s screen inside of their presentation software. First, the reason we don’t recommend launching…
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10 Reasons You Will Love an Event Text Messaging Service

Have you been considering using an event text messaging service for your next conference, seminar or town hall meeting? Maybe you are on the fence about it or don’t know how your company will benefit from the technology, or perhaps you think it is too technical to implement? Here are 10 reasons why event text…
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The Text to Screen App That Isn’t an App at All

Every successful event does one thing: it gets the audience’s attention and keeps it. What better way is there to do this than by asking for their participation to help guide the event? This may sound like the proverbial “easier said than done” advice, but it can be accomplished easily with a text to screen…
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Why Would You Want the Audience Texting Questions During Presentations?

Have you heard of text-enabled events? You may be thinking that allowing the audience to text questions during a presentation would be distracting, and would disrupt the flow of the conference, meeting or seminar that you worked so hard to set up. That is a common concern, so here we will address that and four…
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6 Ways to use Text Messaging, the New Audience Response System for Events

6 Ways to use Text Messaging, the New Audience Response System for Events Audience response technology has come a long way from the clickers of yesteryear. Today they are versatile tools that can be effective in a myriad of applications, and through the power of software as a service (SaaS) and text messaging, it is…
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8 Ways to use Text Message Alerts and Announcements at Events

When it comes to effectively getting your message distributed and read by a large group at your event or conference, text messages knock the ball out of the park. Using text message alerts and announcements are the most effective way to reach the most people and be sure your is actually reaching the people you…
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Increase Efficiency in Event Coordination With Text Messages

In order to truly have a successful event, you need to have the proper coordination. If you do not coordinate and organize the event properly, you can’t expect it to be a success. There are a bunch of different technologies out there for helping coordinating events. You have ARS (audience response systems), Live Responding, and…
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Why Should You Use Text Messaging When Considering Event Technology Services?

Everyone wants to be able to maximize engagement at their events, to bring in new ideas, or find solutions to possible issues. One way to encourage more participation in events is to allow them to easily provide feedback or ask questions. There are many event technology services available to help increase engagement from attendees. However,…
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Handy Tips and Tricks For Events:

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Mosio for events has some interesting and useful features which you may want to use. Here are the top 3 that many of our clients use, and how to use them. 1) How to Change the Color on Your Text To Screen: One of the greatest features in Mosio for Events is the ability to…
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Mosio for Events Video: Text Messaging for Audience Q&A | Text to Screen Software

Text Messaging for Audience Q&A | Text-to-Screen Software  The most successful events are both engaging and interactive, but getting information to and from attendees can be difficult. Alerting everyone of updates and changes in real-time can be next to impossible. And attendees asking questions in sessions via microphones or writing on paper is simply inefficient.…
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