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Use Eventbrite like a Pro: Get a Free Mobile App

By Julius Solaris

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Around here we heart Eventbrite.

In the past few months we have appreciated its amazing capabilities, wonderful reporting and its seamless integration with Facebook and WordPress.

We have one more reason to dig the powerful registration service: a free mobile app for all your event needs.

Event Apps as an Invaluable Resource

Event Apps aimed at helping attendees with useful information, guides, maps, speakers and social backchannel are hot right now.

There are two main reasons for this.

First, the adoption rate of smartphones is booming. Most of your attendees have one.

Second, there is really no point in having print event guides. The amount of waste produced is just not affordable for our budget and for the environment.

Introducing Guidebook

It so happens that Eventbrite has announced integration with Guidebook.

Guidebook offers an amazing set of tools to create a mobile event guide. Check them out here.

What makes the above worthy of your interest is that the two services integrate seamlessly, allowing you to sell tickets directly from the Event App.

What does Guidebook do?

Guidebook offers amazing features. You can:

- Publish schedule/sessions
- Set up alerts with session timings
- Set up interactive indoor and outdoor maps
- Feature questionnaires for immediate feedback
- Display Tweets and optimized version of your Youtube Channel
- Give the space sponsors deserve on the app

and of course

- Sell tickets through Eventbrite

Set up is very easy. You can read this tutorial on Eventbrite's blog.

Guidebook basic services are free, but if you sign up using this link you will get a 10% discount on their paid for services.

In Conclusion

Getting a mobile app for your event has just become super easy. Guidebook integration with Eventbrite makes it a no-brainer if you are looking to have a super cool app that sells tickets.

about the author

Julius Solaris
Julius Solaris is the editor of EventManagerBlog.com, he is an international speaker, author and consultant.
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