Definitive Guide To Event Marketing
MyNorth Tickets: Email Database Growth Case Study – 100k Email Subscribers
The Challenge: Expanding the MyNorth brand, digital readership, potential subscribers, & increase the overall appeal to local event creators. The Solution: Use their ticketing brand powered by Evvnt to gather and use ticket buyer email addresses for digital outreach. To date they’ve gathered over 100,000 local email addresses. Traverse City is a small town in […]
An example of the Evvnt email marketing product for events
When you list an event with Evvnt because you want people through the door and a successful sell out happening, you don’t just plug into our fantastic and unique syndication network. Yes! We can connect you with many of our 4500 publishing partners. But we can do so much more. And one of those things […]
Use Evvnt to promote your Eventbrite event with email and syndication
Even if you’ve set up your ticketed event, you can still use Evvnt to promote your Eventbrite (or other) event. Evvnt is very flexible and we love Eventbrite event organisers and promoters. Here’s how we can help you with syndication and email marketing: (Obviously, we are always happy to provide you with our own ticketing […]
Turning your online events calendar into a print page for publication
It’s easy to transform your online events calendar into a print version in a few clicks. It takes moments to create a listings page for your publication.
Six Tips For Writing An Effective Event Description
In a world filled with so many different events to chose from, having a great event description for your event could be crucial to ensuring that people turn their interest into attendance. Writing an effective description is harder than it seems and requires some forethought and skill. Here are six methods for capturing your audience. […]
Why Should You Use an Events Calendar for Your Email Marketing?
When it comes to building an engaged fan base, regular interactions like daily status updates and weekly promotions are important, but so are seasonal marketing opportunities like holidays, events and other widely-known annual milestones.