Just like you can say a lot by someone when you first meet them, you can say a lot about an MUN conference judging by the welcome message on its site, or the lack of one.
The welcome message is usually written by the Secretary-General of the conference who makes a short self-introduction and then positions the conference, giving it a time frame and the location.
Secretary-General often provides readers with a brief look back on the history of the conference, highlighting the major accomplishments from the previous years. Sometimes, (s)he also gives readers a quick glimpse at the topics that will be covered throughout the upcoming conference.
The closing paragraphs are reserved for the quick details and invitation to the upcoming conference, where you will tease some innovations that you will introduce with this year’s conference.
Language-vise, every writer should maintain a highly formal and dignified style of writing that resembles the writing guides of the United Nations. Remember that this is your chance to show the spirit of opening the doors of your conference to everyone so make sure you show that through your writing.
The welcome message should be the very first thing that welcomes the delegates to your website. Same goes for your MUN:Planet profile. Place it among you featured articles to ensure that your readers see and read it.