WordPress is the most popular blogging platform in the world: it’s easy to use, quick to set up, and hugely customisable. It also happens to be a great way to advertise events and sell tickets online.
Our philosophy at Ticket Tailor is to stand with (rather than between) you and your customers. That’s why we offer an alternative to the eventbrite payment model: you can white-label our customisable ticketing service with no commitment to contracts and no commission fees.
We also offer plugins that let you sell tickets online directly from your own website. We figured it might be worth showcasing one of them here: the WordPress plugin. It supports recurring events, has calendar functionality, and takes customer payment via credit/debit card through Stripe or PayPal. How easy is it to set up? All you need to do is copy and paste, but we also have instructions on our documentation pages!
We’ve got a quick mock-up of basic plugin customisation and embedding in action below. In addition to the WordPress plugin, we also supply a similar widget that works on a host of other sites, including Squarespace. If you take a look further down you’ll see examples of what a few of our clients have done with this widget.
[tt-event url=’https://www.tickettailor.com/new-order/29329/78e8/ref/website_widget/’ minimal=’false’ bg_fill=’true’ show_logo=’true’ ]
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