Event Tech Isn’t Your Savior

Event Tech Isn't Your Savior

If your event was going to suck without technology, it’s probably also going to suck with the newest #eventtech, too. Let me back up a bit here – I’m a big fan of event tech, especially when it adds to your conference and creates a synergy. I love seeing Tweetwalls, video recorders, and other interactive […]

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Your Event Needs Customer Service

Customer Service

Let’s throw out all of the cliches now – no battle plan ever survives contact with the enemy. It costs less to retain a customer than to acquire a new one. If you haven’t already figured it out, nothing ever goes 100% as planned. And let me quote advisor and politician Rahm Emanuel when he […]

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Quick Mobile Optimization Updates

Having a mobile friendly website is expected if not required nowadays. From a search rankings perspective, your site pays a big price if it’s not accessible from all devices. While Google considers Ticketbud “mobile friendly”, we still saw opportunities to improve our mobile experience. Read on to learn how these enhancements benefit your events going […]

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How To Plan An Event With No Money

Not having money to do what you want sucks, but you should never let a lack of capital get in the way of a good time! And if you want to plan an event with no money, things can easily get dicey but with some know-how and elbow grease (nasty), you can easily throw a […]

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Quick Tip: Getting The Most Out Of Pinterest

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Pinterest is one of those extremely popular networks that still has some event marketers scratching their heads. Luckily, we at Ticketbud have a lot of experience with this quirky program. I first talked about utilizing Pinterest in my post about event marketing on social media platforms here, and what I said then is still true […]

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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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