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Memorial Ticket Theme

The new FooEvents Memorial Ticket Theme is the perfect companion for any event hosted over Memorial Day weekend at the end of May. Get it now for only $9! https://www.fooevents.com/product/memorial-ticket-theme/

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Introduction To Wordpress And Woocommerce

Introduction to WordPress and WooCommerce

If you are an event manager and have just discovered FooEvents, you are probably very excited to have found the perfect solution to selling tickets online. You might, however, be new to WordPress and WooCommerce and find the whole mix of software a bit intimidating. Fear not, we have written

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Tip 17: Don’t chance it

Be sure to test all systems before the event. Leave nothing to chance and make sure you have a back-up plan in place in case you experience any technical issues. This post is part of our FooTips series. If you would like to see more event related tips, click the

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Tip 16: Make a hard copy

On the day of the event, the power might fail, your phone’s battery could die or you might lose your laptop or tablet. Be sure to make a hard copy of all critical information such as your attendee list (probably a good idea to have multiple copies), vendor details, speaker

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Tip 15: Take photos

Photographs can be used to promote future events or demonstrate the success of past events. You will most likely have your hands full on the day so consider hiring a professional photographer to ensure that you get the best possible shots. This post is part of our FooTips series. If

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Tip 14: Buy advertising on social media networks

Social advertising platforms (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) offer targeting options that can significantly help to reach target audiences in a geographical location. This can be done at a low cost and within various niches. This post is part of our FooTips series. If you would like to see more event

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Tip 13: Spread the word

Create a custom hashtag for the event and encourage attendees and speakers to use the hashtag on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. This will help increase awareness as well as your brand’s social media presence. This post is part of our FooTips series. If you would like to see more event

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Tip 12: Leverage influencers

Engage with local influencers such as bloggers and Instagram personalities to help generate interest around your event. Be smart in how you do this and ensure that the engagement is fluid and natural. This post is part of our FooTips series. If you would like to see more event related

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Tip 11: Make videos

YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world, after Google. Upload videos of your performers/speakers from past events to help promote your next event. This post is part of our FooTips series. If you would like to see more event related tips, click the button below! SEE ALL

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Tip 10: Give people a reason to attend

What’s your value proposition? That’s what you should continuously ask yourself during the planning process and make sure that you give potential attendees enough good reasons to commit. This should feed through your marketing effort and align with your ticket pricing. This post is part of our FooTips series. If

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Tip 9: Timing is everything

Scrutinize a calendar or year planner and make sure that there are no competing or established events that directly compete with yours. Also consider school holidays, public holidays and pay day in relation to your event. This post is part of our FooTips series. If you would like to see

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Tip 8: Have a Plan B

Events are complicated machines with many moving parts. Anything could happen and often you are required to improvise at a moment’s notice. Always ensure that you have a good backup plan that caters for changing conditions such as bad weather, medical emergencies, technical issues etc. This post is part of

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