The business of event marketing hasn’t changed that much since going online. You still need to create a website, send emails, share content and engage attendees before, during and after the event. The whole physical setup and cleanup are gone, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. But that makes the engagement part a bit more complicated. When someone is at a real-life event, their attention is turned towards the content of the event. When they’re at home, you are competing with their environment. So the question is: how do you keep people engaged in the era of virtual conferences?