In this new age of technology, it appears that many of the old ways of promoting shows are becoming less effective. It’s getting harder to not only reach but to grab the attention of television viewers and radio listeners with on-air advertising. There is also a downward trend of time spent reading newspapers, magazines and other print material. While time reading print media, listening to radio, and watching tv goes down, internet activity is going up. Simply put, more people are getting their news and information online. Read More.
Eventbrite is one of the coolest services online, if you market seminars, workshops, fundraiser, concerts, or any other type of special event. As a member (and it’s free to join), you can sell tickets online for attendance to any event you sponsor. The site looks great. It’s simple to use. And it’s also available as a Facebook plug-in.
The company is extremely professional and it’s simple to use. It’s also very user friendly for the purchaser! For example, they can buy their tickets online and then add the event to their Outlook Calendar, Google Calendar, iCal Calendar, and more. In return, Eventbrite takes a small percentage of each ticket sold to cover the costs of their services. So, if you do not sell any tickets, you don’t owe them a dime! There’s nothing to lose.
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