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How to Monetize Your Livestream Performances

Take your livestreams to the next level with these top strategies to market and monetize your performances. Deliver your music to fans with care.

    Welcome to the Eventgroove Events Partner Release Notes page. Here you will find all new feature releases for your Event Center site. If you have had custom feature releases, they will be emailed to you directly. If you have any questions, please reach...

RAISE MORE MONEY WITH RAFFLES

SELL MORE EVENT TICKETS WITH SOFTWARE AND CUSTOM PRINTING 2016 Industry Report on Raffles and FundraisingDATA HIGHLIGHTSRaffles are the second-most popular fundraising method, after events: 58% of respondents held a raffle in the past year, while 63% held events.A...

SELL MORE EVENT TICKETS WITH SOFTWARE AND CUSTOM PRINTING

SELL MORE EVENT TICKETS WITH SOFTWARE AND CUSTOM PRINTING 2016 Industry Report on EventsDATA HIGHLIGHTSEducation events are the second-most popular type (held by 33% of respondents), followed by games and recreation (30%). Fundraising events top the list (47%), but...

4 CUSTOMERS WHO USE EVENTGROOVE PRODUCTS FOR MORE SUCCESSFUL EVENTS

Case Studies From Our 2016 Events Industry ReportPlanning and managing an event involves a lot of moving parts. Venues must be booked, performers or participants must be arranged, tickets must be sold, the event must be promoted—the list goes on. To be successful,...

Painting the Town Red

While custom raffle tickets are one way of putting a unique signature on your benefit, another great way to draw attention is through posters and flyers. In many ways, posters and flyers are nearly as important as the Raffle Tickets themselves, since they are the...

Planning Event Logistics

With the Winter Olympic Games in Torino underway, on time and over budget, it feels like a good time to take a minute and look at the lessons the Olympics have to teach us about managing events. To be fair, the Olympics are a massive set of groups with multiple venues...

2009 Raffle Survey Findings

Stuck with the task of organizing a raffle? Don't worry. You're not alone. Hundreds of raffle organizers revealed their toughest challenges and the solutions to overcoming them in our 2009 Annual Raffle Survey. From their responses, we've identified the top three pain...

History of Coupons

Since 1894, when the concept was born, coupons have been part of the North American marketing world. The clever entrepreneur to first use this concept was Asa Candler, a druggist, who bought the formula for Coca-Cola that year. He gave out individual handwritten...

You Want It Where? Hitting the Bull’s Eye with Stickers

Feeling crafty? Go under the radar with a tightly focused guerilla marketing campaign. You don't need to spend thousands of dollars on print or video ads when you create and print your own custom Stickers. Take an edgier, grass roots approach to publicity. Once you've...

The Search

The internet can be a wonderful source of information when it comes to planning a raffle and all the various trappings that can go along with it, from where to buy raffle tickets to how to make your own raffle tickets. But sometimes all that information can only serve...

Reverse Raffle

There are a wide variety of options with regard to holding a traditional raffle. Most raffles are the focus of a larger event, which can run the gamut from a simple backyard barbecue to a luxurious gala in a swanky ballroom. Then you have the wide variety of charities...

Y’all Come Back Now! Stickers for Repeat Business

For most businesses, it's not enough to draw a customer and make a sale. You need that customer to return again and again, to become a loyal shopper, and to influence others to visit. Whether you are running a business, directing a play, leading a band, or supporting...

How To Price Your Raffle Tickets

Research shows that the majority of organizations that hold raffle ticket fundraisers do not know how much money they will make until after the raffle is over. Nearly all raffles have a target amount of money that they would like the raffle to produce. What they do...

Going Places

Some of the more popular types of raffles involve items that help the winner get away in some manner, be it an actual destination or just the open road. The appeal of these types of raffles is that they offer what people consider to be luxury items, things they...

The Science of Raffles

Why are raffles so exciting? What is it about buying a raffle ticket and waiting to see if your number is called that is just so appealing? For most people, it's the rush of the unknown, the idea that the end result is left to chance. But is it really? Raffles depend...

Feeling Lucky? 7 Tips to Boost Raffle Ticket Sales

Whether you're an old hand at the raffle game or just starting out with your first stack of tickets, you know your goal this holiday season: sell more tickets, make more money! No matter where you are in the process, if you're selling raffle tickets, the...

General Admission Event Pricing

When you are trying to manage an event there are a million things on your mind. In real life it is just more important to have an event than to make sure that the tickets are priced correctly. However, that is generally not a good reason to just use last year's...

Holiday Raffles

That Benjamin Franklin was a smart guy, but he could be a little on the gloomy side. After all, he said that the only things certain in life are death and taxes. But he forgot the obvious – and much more entertaining: holidays! There's a holiday during every single...

The Information Age

One of the great things about having a raffle in today's day and age is all the new ways of getting the word out about your event. There is, perhaps, no bigger source for impact these days than the internet. Raffle HQ: The Web Site If you decide that you're going to...

Adding Ticket Security to Your Next Event

Managing an event can be a headache in a lot of ways. One of the technologies that are making this worse is digital imaging. The same technology that makes it easy to share and reproduce pictures makes it even easier to duplicate tickets to events. With a $50 scanner...