All your orders for all your events – now all in one place!

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One of the requests we hear most often from our users is that you’d like to be able to export more data about your events from your control panels. You’ve also told us that you’d like to be able to access all orders for all your events in one place and export them in one go – making it easier to record sales, manage customers’ details and target your marketing efforts more efficiently.

Connect Ticket Tailor with hundreds of other apps using Zapier

Ticket Tailor connects to Zapier!

Did you know you can connect your favourite apps to Ticket Tailor? With our Zapier integration you can automatically send ticket buyer information to hundreds of other apps.

Bringing excitement to ticketing – A rebrand for 2017

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Ticketing is often seen as a relatively dull service and an unwanted necessity. Ticket Tailor aims to change this perception with a new rebrand that truly reflects the company and its enthusiasm for events.

Multiple box offices – One login

Just a quick update to say that we have just launched a new major feature: Multi box offices!

If you have multiple brands or venues that you sell tickets for then previously you would have had to have separate accounts with us in order to have a different box office for each. Now, you can have as many box offices as you like and just have one login. There’s a convenient box office switcher at the top right of the dashboard.

To create a new box office simply click on your box office name at the top right and click “Add a new box office”, enter a name, and it’s all done.

Introducing Donations

Lots of you are using Ticket Tailor for fundraising events and so it’s no wonder that we have been inundated with requests to add an option for your customers to donate when they buy tickets to your events.

Well, we are pleased to announce donations is now live and available on all accounts.

When editing an event you should now see a new option called ‘Allow customers to make a donation’. You can then set up a name of the donation and some extra text in case you need to say more about what they are donating for. When it’s all done you’ll have something that looks like this on your event page:

For more help on the feature please check out our help guide.

5 Beautiful Squarespace Templates for Ticket Sales

Squarespace is a publishing platform that allows you to create your own website through a simple, intuitive process. The creativity and innovation of the Squarespace team is visible in their logo design system and the robustness of the platform itself.

Promote Your Next Conference with a Free Webinar

When it comes to selling out your event, the strength of your line-up will obviously be one of your main draws.

However, sometimes securing the best acts means over-looking the bigger acts that come with a higher profile — sometimes the best acts are the up-and-comers, who don’t yet have the profile they deserve.

If this is the case, how do you persuade your audience to take that leap of faith and buy a ticket?

A guide to ticket pricing (part 1…)

Where are the costs and what is the price?

You’ve got an event, it’s being publicised and you’re going to be selling tickets. So where do you go from here?

Well, one important issue is pricing. Figuring out how to actually price your tickets can be a real headache, especially if you don’t have a lot of experience planning events. This is a short guide for those who need a little advice on this vital but tricky issue!

A guide to ticket pricing (…part 2)

Ticket pricing strategy

There’s a lot of hand-waving and mysticism around pricing tickets, but real evidence on what works differs by industry, by event and even by the time of year.

And yet that doesn’t mean that there aren’t a few trends worth paying attention to…

From auctions to ticket sales – 5 charity event mistakes

What sort of mistakes do charity event organisers make?

Plenty, as it turns out. But if you hear any of these statements being made, you can be sure that something went wrong rather early in the planning stages.