Ticketbud Widget Showcase II

Hello everyone! It’s that time of the month – another Ticketbud Widget Showcase. It’s really enjoyable for Jack and me to look through new events that have been created and discover that some of them are utilizing the widget to sell tickets online on their own site. Using the Ticketbud widget on your site has […]

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Basic Google AdWords for Event Planners

Google Adwords is a fascinating platform but criminally underused by event marketers. You have ads which appear to be “search results”, and you bid for your position in those ad results. So, what does this have to do with event planners and #eventprofs? Surprisingly, a lot! Imagine, for example, that I’m looking for events in […]

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Mobile Friendly

TERMINATOR MOBILEGEDDON

“Is your site mobile friendly?!!” squawks every SEO wannabe. There’s been so much news about Google’s new mobile ranking algorithm, I’m sure even your stepmom has asked you if your event website is mobile friendly. However, there’s always a difference between knowing something and truly understanding something. Even in a world of essentially limitless information at our fingertips, it’s […]

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Ticketbud Widget Showcase

In the 21st Century, positive branding is paramount to success. People will be willing to purchase a product solely because of how they perceive it and how they will be perceived by having that product. It’s the reason people are willing to purchase an Audi over a Hyundai, even though both are marketed as “luxury […]

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A New Way to Start Your Event’s Engine

Your feedback is awesome. Especially when it makes an important part of our product better. Today, we’re happy to announce a new start page when creating your event. After countless support conversations, we identified some low hanging fruit in the event creation process. A bit of tweaking and polish was needed. We’re pretty happy with […]

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How to Retarget for Your Event

  Take a look at your Facebook right now. Begin scrolling through your News Feed. Nestled between baby pictures and political arguments, you’ll see the occasional sponsored post. A sponsored post is a native Facebook ad. Keep scrolling. Start taking note of all the ads from sites you have visited recently. There’s probably a lot. If […]

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Finding Your Event’s Marketing Niche

These days, it can seem like the term “social media marketing” is as ambiguous of a description as saying that you do “business”. There are so many social media sites out there that it can get overwhelming if you don’t narrow down your target market. It can also start to get expensive if you fire […]

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Reduce Your No-Shows By 52%

Reduce Your No-Shows Drastically You’ve spent weeks, maybe even months, organizing your next big event. There’s going to be a fantastic lineup, the bar is fully stocked, and you just recently secured a contract with a great local catering company. But on the day of the event, you only see a fraction of the people […]

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Let’s Talk The “Leaked” Google Event App

One thing’s for certain: when Google releases a prototype for any particular industry, that industry better be prepared. Or, at the very least, that industry can take the prototype and make their product even better. Just two days ago, the Big G “accidentally” (and I use this word as loosely as possible) released an event […]

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