Tag: social media strategy.

Let's Get to the Subject: Provoke People to Open Your Emails

Email Subjects 7.15.11 Crop

The subject line can be the most influential part in getting folks to open your note. Make sure you emails punch into inboxes by following these subject line tips.
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Social Commerce: A closer look at the numbers


Here at Eventbrite, we are fascinated by the mechanics that drive social commerce. We carefully track sharing behavior in an effort to help event organizers tap into a new world of distribution for their event promotion. But the findings apply broadly to all eCommerce businesses, because the foundations of ecommerce are shifting as the social graph becomes a meaningful influence in driving transactions. Now with greater volumes of activity, we decided to take a deeper dive into the last six months of data to help understand the mechanics behind social commerce.
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How to Manage Social Media and Reputation—5 Takeaways from the GreatNonprofits Luncheon


Last Friday Eventbrite SF teamed up with GreatNonprofits for a luncheon on how the power of trust can influence the growth of a nonprofit’s supporter base. People place a significant amount of trust in what people are saying, from event attendance to reputation. Here are the top 5 takeaways.
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Top 10 best practices on how to use social media to promote your event (Part I: #1-5)


We often get asked “How can I leverage social media to promote my event?” So we started collecting best practices from event organizers who use Eventbrite. We pulled them all together in this post to help you get started down the path to social media glory. But it’s important to note that social media is
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Webinar slides: Charlene Li on creating a social media strategy for your event

On April 13th, we co-hosted a webinar with acclaimed social media guru Charlene Li. The title of Charlene’s talk was “Creating a Social Media Strategy for Your Event,” and she gave some fantastic, easy-to-apply tips. (Previously we broke down her talk into blog posts on strategy before, during, and after an event.) We’ve posted the slides from the webinar below.
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