Why You Should Sweat the Small Stuff

Posted in Spotlights on October 14, 2016

Van Halen, Ford, airbags, and Steve Jobs - what do all these have in common with your event? Read on! Everyone says that you shouldn’t sweat the small things that happen to you. And in life, that’s generally true - we have enough big things happening! However, I’ve discovered more and more often that something, you Read More »

How to Measure Your Event Marketing Success

Posted in Spotlights on October 5, 2016

How To Measure Your Event Marketing Success

So how do you know your event was a success? Of course, it’s a bit subjective, though you obviously want to make a net profit after all expenses have been accounted for. You should, however, have a few measurements in place besides the usual, such as raw ticket sale numbers. To gauge the event from Read More »

7 Reasons Why Ticketbud is the Best Alternative to Eventbrite

Posted in Spotlights on September 19, 2016


A lot of event organizers have been asking, what are the best alternatives to Eventbrite? It makes sense - as the biggest company in the self-service ticketing industry, there will be a good number of people that find its features lacking. Not to say that our competitor is a bad site, it’s just that it’s Read More »

2 Trends In Event Registration Software

Posted in Spotlights on September 7, 2016

"The future is already here - it's just not very evenly distributed." -William Gibson, author of Neuromancer The more things change, the more they stay the same. You might find that funny as an intro for a piece about trends in event software, but it’s true. When you think about why event registration and ticket Read More »

2 Ways to Make Your Event Exclusive

Posted in Spotlights on August 16, 2016

It’s been said before but I’ll say it again here: exclusivity sells. Nothing makes people want something more than to be told they can’t have it (don’t believe me? Talk to anyone with a toddler and they’ll tell you it’s true).   But how does this have anything to do with your event and ticketing? Read More »

4 Ways To Use Influencer Marketing For Your Event

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning on August 3, 2016
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Let’s say you’re having an event launching new beauty products for your all natural, made-here-in-your-city make-up line. You’ve sold some tickets but you’re not selling at the rate you expected. You’ve reached out to event blogs to create listings for your event, you’ve done our checklist and even done some Google AdWords and retargeting and you’ve Read More »

7 Ways to Simplify Event Registration Process and Improve Attendee Experience

Posted in Guest Blog on July 27, 2016
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The event registration process seems like such a small part in the bigger scheme of things. However, it’s important that you get this part right because it has a bigger impact on attendee experience than you may realize. There are a few steps to implement to simplify the process and improve the experience for guests. Read More »

Sell More Tickets With This Checklist

Posted in Event Marketing, Ticketbud Tips, Ticketbud Tips and Tools on July 27, 2016
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Our checklist is designed to make it easier for you to set your event page up to sell more tickets. We’ve seen thousands of events and we know what makes a good event page and what sells. Let us help you make your event a success! Just follow these 9 steps: At Ticketbud, you have Read More »

The Three Things You Need To Know About Ticketing Fees

Posted in Event Marketing on July 19, 2016
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If you've been researching and comparing online ticketing solutions, chances are you've had to do something close to quantum mathematics to figure out what each option means to your events bottom line. For a lot of ticketing companies, this is to their benefit; the more convoluted their pricing language, the harder it is for you Read More »

Event Budgeting for the Budget Adverse

Posted in Ticketbud Tips on June 9, 2016
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Planning an upcoming event is overwhelming and exhausting. There are so many moving parts to keep track of and the worst thing that could happen is that the entire event flops and no one comes and your entire career as you know it collapses in on itself like a black hole. So. There is that.  We Read More »

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