Quick Mobile Optimization Updates

Posted in Spotlights on June 24, 2015

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 Read More »

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 »

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Mobile Friendly

Posted in Spotlights on April 22, 2015


"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 Read More »

Ticketbud Widget Showcase

Posted in Spotlights on April 15, 2015

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 Read More »

A New Way to Start Your Event's Engine

Posted in Spotlights on April 9, 2015

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 Read More »

Reduce Your No-Shows By 52%

Posted in Events, Promotion & Planning, Spotlights on March 26, 2015

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 Read More »

Android App Update, Smart CSV Uploader, & SMS Ticketing

Posted in Spotlights on March 16, 2015

We wanted to share a quick product update just in time for the spring season. Read on to learn more. Android Ticket Scanner App: Bigger, Faster, Stronger Back in January, we released a new version of our iOS app. Knowing that many Ticketbud customers use the Android version, we decided to give it a facelift Read More »

Let's Talk The "Leaked" Google Event App

Posted in Spotlights on March 12, 2015

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 Read More »

How to Use Blogs to Sell Tickets

Posted in Spotlights on February 20, 2015

Blogs: many of us have one for personal use and use them as a diary or to talk about a certain hobby that we enjoy. However, there's a big opportunity in creating a blog to help increase the amount of views your event gets, which can help increase your ticket sales. Best of all, you don’t have to Read More »

5 Ways to Make Connections at SXSW

Posted in Spotlights on February 10, 2015

SXSW 6th Street

  South By Southwest ( SXSW ) is a week of awesome parties, concerts, tech, and expos. If you play your cards right, it can also be a week of creating life-long connections and relationships in an array of industries. If you're going to SXSW for the first time or you're looking to take a Read More »