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Product Update: Quick Ticket Search Across All Your Events

Posted in New Features, Ticketbud Tools on November 9, 2015
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Let's say you are a seasoned event planner throwing events throughout the year. When sales start heating up, you endure an influx of attendees asking questions about their tickets. This requires the mental fortitude to quickly look up their purchase and answer questions in a timely manner. This turns into a pretty time consuming task Read More »

Slideshare: Email Marketing for Events

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning, Ticketbud Tips, Word to the Wise on November 6, 2015
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Email marketing for events is tough. Unlike traditional email marketing, your event has an expiration date so you have to be a bit more creative with the type of emails you send. A common roadblock is determining what emails to send your list once your event ends. How does one keep their list engaged year Read More »

Picking The Best Event Registration Software

Posted in Ticketbud Tools, Word to the Wise on October 30, 2015
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Finding the best event registration software for your event can be overwhelming. So many software platforms exist and more pop up everyday. Navigating through the gauntlet of feature comparisons and fee structures is exhausting. After awhile it starts to look easier to throw darts at a board and go with whatever service hits. While dart throwing is always an option, we've come Read More »

Social Media for Events Timeline Infographic

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning, Ticketbud Tools on October 7, 2015
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Event marketing can be tough (especially if it isn't your day job), you want to promote your upcoming event but you're feeling overwhelmed by the amount of information there is and how to get everything done in time. Never fear, Ticketbud understands your problem! We reached out to industry experts in event marketing and social media to Read More »

How To Brand An Event In 5 Easy Ways

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning, Word to the Wise on October 1, 2015
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Branding is a powerful tool and also a powerful word full of meaning. It has two separate, but closely related definitions. brand noun 1. a type of product manufactured by a particular company under a particular name. 2. an identifying mark burned on livestock with a branding iron. A successful brand isn't just a type Read More »

Best Damn Tailgating Guide

Posted in Events, Ideas & Themes, Sports and Recreational on September 29, 2015
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Crisp evenings, leaves changing color, brisk bite to the air. These are all signs of Fall that frankly, we don’t get here in Austin. What do we have? Football. Football, the greatest of human endeavours and harbinger of autumnal weather, is how we know that seasons are changing in other parts of the country. And what we Read More »

Facebook Events - Read Receipt Apocalypse Now

Posted in Promotion & Planning, Spotlights on September 17, 2015

I love the sight of read receipts in the mornin'. If you thought it was frustrating to send a text to someone only to see the read receipt with no response, Facebook knows how you feels. That's why they're also introducing that same read receipt feature to to events so that you can see who Read More »

Virality; The Yawning Effect

Posted in Event Marketing, Promotion & Planning on September 15, 2015
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Yawning is a fascinating action, even reading about yawning can cause somebody to yawn. As I write about this, I'm inspired to yawn myself. And if somebody else sees you yawn, they might end up yawning themselves. The effect is contagious and can spread from just a single person. So, how does this help you Read More »

Slideshare: Event Sponsorships 101

Posted in Event Marketing, Word to the Wise on September 14, 2015
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Securing sponsors for your event can be hard. Just the thought of convincing a business to fork over thousands of dollars is stressful enough. With the surge in popularity for events, potential sponsors have a lot of options to choose from. You just can't skimp over the details if landing a big sponsor is integral Read More »

You Get What You Pay For

Posted in Word to the Wise on September 3, 2015

When I began writing for Ticketbud a little less than a year ago (my my, time flies!), we had recently transitioned our pricing model from a fixed fee per event to a per-ticket “service fee”..  It was admittedly not the smoothest transition. Whenever you radically change a pricing model, you'll always be on the receiving Read More »

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