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Your event, your website, your tickets

Want to include a ticket listing on your own website?

Here's how you do it.

1) Log into your promoter control panel and click on your event

2) At the top of the page just underneath your event details you'll see a link to your event on our website. Just underneath that you'll see 'Embed your ticket listing'

Control panel

3) Click

We've got something noteworthy to say

So, you know our amazing new sales charts that we announced last week? Loads of event organisers have been in touch to say how useful they are. Thank you for your feedback. We agree! They are very useful.

We've got some really exciting new sales related features coming soon, but we thought we'd release another new feature on this sunny

How is your event selling?

How is your event selling? It's a question all event organisers need to ask themselves. You need to know at a glance if you're on track to sell enough tickets to make the event profitable, visualise the results of particular marketing campaigns and compare sales patterns to previous events.

We've recently launched two amazing new ways of viewing your event

We've installed installments

We're all price conscious people at TheTicketSellers. We get it - life is expensive and sometimes customers need to spread the cost of paying for tickets. The problem is, popular events sell out quickly.

So how do you reconcile these two things?

Previously we've launched 2 ways of spreading the cost of payment: EasyPay tickets (pay a deposit followed by

Pay-as-you-go

We're always looking to offer new features which benefit customers and promoters alike and this autumn we've delivered another cracking addition to our website.

We've already built two great ways to spread the cost of paying for tickets:

1) Deposit and balance - the customer pays an initial deposit of a fixed amount and has a certain amount of time

It's as easy as 1, 2, 3...

One of the sad truths of our modern society (at least here in the UK) is that every year we all seem to be a little bit worse off, financially speaking. Whether it's paying slightly more tax on things, or paying tax on more things, the money we earn has a way of disappearing slightly faster than it used to.

We've redorated, now it's your turn

A while ago we were delighted to show our rebranded website - and rightly so, as the new branding has brought our brand identity to the level we've always aspired to be.

Now, it's our turn to help you improve the way your events are presented to the ticket buying public.

You know what our event pages look like: grey

It's like we're giving things away

If you're running a free event you still might want to register attendees. There are many reasons to do this, including limiting numbers (i.e. to ensure that you don't exceed capacity for the event), getting commitment from attendees in advance (to help you plan catering etc) and to gather attendee data for future marketing.

We've spoken to a few

We hate to boast, but ...

We're sorry to talk about ourselves again, but, well it's our blog, and also it's something good for our clients too.

You may have noticed us popping up all over the internet recently? No? Well, you're about to. After evaluating many different options we've partnered with an advertising network that we believes shares our philosophy about advertising.

So if you're

Relax. We've got you covered.

We're excited about summer. Are you? We're selling for so many exciting events and festivals that our staff are chomping at the bit to get on site and start scanning tickets.

Buying for an event so far in the future is exciting. You've got your ticket. You've bought a new tent. Your new Le Chameau wellies are sat downstairs eagerly

We've redecorated

If you've visited www.theticketsellers.co.uk recently (we're sure you're on the site daily - if not more frequently) you're bound to have noticed that we've done a spot of decorating.

Although we loved our old website and had happily sold nearly 2 million tickets through it we felt it was time for a change. Let's just say we

Know your audience

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat...whatever your social networking/messaging platform of choice is, one thing is certain - the audience is what matters.

There's little point broadcasting to an empty audience (unless it's a very niche performance art project), much like there's no point in our clients holding their wonderful events if our lovely customers aren't going to go. So,

Ticket to ride

From the early days of the internet, mankind has yearned for the ability to shorten links, save space, and make the www.really-difficult-to-remember.com much easier to remember.

As well as making life easier for us all, short URLs are great for text messages (where space is at a premium) and they just look really, really good. We've had our