10 Best Travel Credit Cards for 2021 (US)

Travel Credit Card


Traveling to an Event? Here are the Best Travel Credit Cards in the United States in 2021. Based on Rewards, Bonuses & Key Features & Annual Fees.


Chase Sapphire Reserveยฎ Credit Card

Chase Sapphire Reserve


๐ŸŽ Rewards
โ˜‘ Annual travel credit of $300
โ˜‘ 50,000 bonus points on spending $4,000 in first 3 months

๐ŸŽฏ Key Features
โ˜‘ Unlimited 3x points on travel and dining purchases
โ˜‘ Priority Pass Select membership: Provides access to over 1,000 airport lounges worldwide plus a selection of restaurants. The cardholder and two guests can enter for free; additional guests cost $32 each.
โ˜‘ 1:1 point transfer to leading airline and hotel loyalty programs
โ˜‘ Visa Infinite Concierge: Call for non-emergency help of all kinds
โ˜‘ Reimbursement for the application fee for TSA PreCheck or Global Entry
โ˜‘ No foreign transaction fees
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How to Engage Attendees so they Become a Regular at your Conference



Conferences are held for different purposes: to motivate people, share and exchange information on a specific subject, develop business strategies, launching of products. People attend conferences to learn and be motivated by their mentors or speakers on topics they are interested in.

The joy of every conference organizer is for their attendees to be enthralled and engaged so much so that they become regular attendees of such organized conferences. Below are a few ways to ensure your attendee become a regular at your conference:

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Event Marketing Guide for Academic Conferences [PDF]



The most important thing about an event is for it to serve the purpose it was planned, that is, it should reach the targeted audience and participants. Perhaps you are a strategic master at planning events, or you are just learning the art of events planning, but you have not been seeing much of the results you desire; there is something that you are missing out on.

What can make your events stand out, as well as gain the attention of the desired participants and audience is how you market them. Are you already marketing your events but are still not making as much progress as you want? This guide includes 35 event marketing tips you can learn to add more colors to how you plan and execute your meetings.

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Things to Do When Attending Academic Conferences



Conferences are very vital if you are interested in becoming a pro in your field; more so, it is a fascinating opportunity to meet with new individuals, learn some new stuff, and so on.

However, there is a lot of hard work to be done. Attending a conference is more than just flying down to the venue, take a seat and listen. No! You have a role to play as you must not only pass through the conference, the conference must pass through you too.

While there are different roles you are to play before, during and after the conference, we will be limiting this post to what you are to do during the conference. But rest assured, we will talk more on the other aspects in our other blog posts. So, don’t be far from here.

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How to Improve the Quality of Talks at Academic Conferences?



An academic conference is an event for researchers to present and discuss their work usually put together by an academic body or a group of researchers with a mutual interest. It serves as an essential avenue for the exchange of information between researchers.

People attend conferences to learn about new analysis and findings in domains that are either theirs or are unfamiliar to them, to meet their peer groups from other organizations, and to have fresh and healthy discussions about the state of their mutual interests.

Academicians can be good because they usually do authentic and sincere research to support their claims. However, the downside is that they can be overly pedagogical and dull. A lot of these conferences are a waste of time and resources; everyone is either dozing off or doing something else. A research showed that almost 50% of conference attendees spend most of the time at the meeting on social media while more than 50% are busy doing other work not related to the topic. This leads us to question the quality of the talks at conferences.

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