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Ticketbud Widget Showcase II

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning, Spotlights, Ticketbud Tips and Tools on May 6, 2015

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 Read More »

Basic Google AdWords for Event Planners

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning, Word to the Wise on April 29, 2015
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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 Read More »

How to Retarget for Your Event

Posted in Event Marketing on April 1, 2015
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  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 Read More »

Finding Your Event's Marketing Niche

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning on March 31, 2015
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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 Read More »

Affiliate Marketing 101 for Events

Posted in Event Marketing on February 16, 2015

“The general who wins the battle makes many calculations in his temple before the battle is fought. The general who loses makes but few calculations beforehand.” - Sun Tzu A popular technique to stimulate sales for large events is to assemble a group of people to sell tickets on your behalf. This is referred to Read More »

How to Use Twitter Ads to Attract Attendees

Posted in Event Marketing on February 5, 2015

How can I leverage Twitter to attract an audience for my event? This is a question I’ve heard a lot from event organizers. While many events create a Twitter profile and engage with current attendees, a lot of question marks exist when it comes to finding new attendees through the social platform. Luckily, Twitter has Read More »

Sell tickets on Weebly with Ticketbud

Posted in Event Marketing on June 10, 2014

If you want to sell tickets on Weebly, you've come to the right place! Ticketbud lets you embed a widget allowing you to sell tickets directly from your Weebly site to any event you create. Once you have created an event on Ticketbud, we provide you with a simple snippet of code that you copy and paste directly Read More »

Sell tickets on Wix using Ticketbud

Posted in Event Marketing on June 9, 2014

If you want to sell tickets on Wix, you've come to the right place! Ticketbud lets you embed a widget allowing you to sell tickets directly from your Wix site. Once you have created an event on Ticketbud, we provide you with a simple snippet of code that you copy and paste directly into your website. This widget Read More »

Announcing Ticketbud's New Access Code Feature

Posted in Event Marketing, New Features, Spotlights on May 12, 2014

Promotional codes are a fantastic way to incentivize ticket purchasers, jump-start your sales and even track your marketing efforts. But what if you wanted to offer access to a ticket as a promotion, rather than just a code with an associated discount? Now, thanks to Ticketbud's new Access Code feature, you can! Along with our promo Read More »

7 Social Media Missteps Events Make (& how to avoid them)

Posted in Event Marketing, Ticketbud Tips, Word to the Wise on April 30, 2014

Any time you post something online, you take a risk. The moment you hit send your content is now viewable to millions of people, any one whom could take offense or troll you just for the fun of it. Should any of these online perils stop you from using social media for your event? Absolutely, Read More »