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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.

The Side Room – Selling event tickets online

There are a fair number of members clubs in London. Many charge expensive fees, most focus on in-house events, and nearly all of them are aimed at both sexes or cater to men exclusively. The Side Room does none of these things.

8 benchmark WordPress themes for ticketed events

How important is event presentation?

Very. Until your attendees actually arrive, the only information they have to go on – aside from word of mouth – is the information you provide. Presentation is key, but not all themes are suitable for every kind of event. That’s why we’ve put together a showcase of the best ‘standards’ in each category.

How to Sell Event Tickets Online with WordPress (and our widgets!)

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.

5 Essential WordPress Plugins for Your Event Websites

With over 60 million users, WordPress is the most popular website content management system on the Internet.

Many event websites are built using the platform, and it isn’t hard to see why: With WordPress, you can install plugins for your website, giving it a level of functionality way beyond your own programming capabilities.

This is one of the major for WordPress’s popularity.

How to Sell Tickets Online

Whether you’re hosting a one-off music festival or a weekly club night, offering ticket sales via your website is a proven way to boost attendence.

In fact, in this day and age, online ticket sales is something that your customers will expect and demand — from their point of view, buying online is far more convenient than having to track down a brick-and-mortar box office.

If you’re looking to sell tickets online, Ticket Tailor is one of the premier ticketing solutions, with thousands of event organisers already using our easy-to-use service. A quick snapshot of benefits of using Ticket Tailor include:

How Starting a Blog Can Sell Tickets

Content rules the Internet — it’s powerful stuff.

If you’re looking to sell more tickets from your website, producing great content is a great place to start. This is why so many successful event websites run a dedicated blog.

Now, the number of tickets you sell from your website will be a function of the amount of traffic you send to it, and your conversion rate.

Some activities target one or the other, but the best thing about a blog: it boosts both.

This means your blog can sell substantially more tickets — and remember, your event will live or die by the number of tickets sold.

Want to know why a blog is so effective? Read on!