Creating Events Will Never Be The Same…It’ll Be Easier.


If you’ve been a TicketLeap customer for any length of time, you know that we’re never satisfied with “good enough”. We’re always looking to improve, whether it’s with customer service, account management, sales, or the platform itself. Today, we’re unveiling another big improvement, at a very integral level – we streamlined the Create an Event page.

Everything you need to create a basic event will be present on one page, which makes it even easier to create an event and start selling tickets. Just follow the four steps – fill out the Basic Info, the Location, Dates, and Ticket Types – and you’re off to a good start.

On the next page, you’ll find our improved Dashboard, which puts all of the ways you can customize your event right at your fingertips. You can add a Post-Purchase message, customize the event theme, add a checkout form, post your event to Facebook, or tag your event for better search results.

So, try it out – and let us know what you think of the new and improved Create an Event flow!

Posted by on Sep 14, 2011 | 6 comments

  1. Is there still a link to facebook?

    This morning as I was entering a new event I didn’t notice it anymore.

    • Hi Rick,

      Yes, there are still links to Facebook.

      If you’re importing an event from Facebook as a TicketLeap event, you’ll see the big blue “Import Event from Facebook” button in the new Create Event flow, in the first step.

      If you’re publishing it to Facebook, you’ll find the way to do that in the new Dashboard – it’s the option with the Facebook logo, on the bottom left. Once you’ve clicked on that, it’ll bring you to the “Event Settings” menu.

      When you’ve reached the Event Settings menu, Facebook Event will be the third option, between “Tags” and “Time Zone”. You’ll find text that says “Publish to Facebook”, next to a drop-down menu that allows you to select whether you’ll publish it with your personal profile, or any Fan Pages that list you as an Admin.

      Once you’ve selected which page you’re publishing the event to, press “Publish to Facebook”, and – in an instant – your event will be published to Facebook. In the place of the “Publish to Facebook” link, you’ll find a new link that will take you directly to your event.

      I hope that helps, Rick – if you have any further questions, send them to Support@TicketLeap.com, or call our toll-free support number at 877-849-5327!

      -Brian Lynch, TicketLeap Marketing Coordinator

  2. Is there a way that I can link my Tickeleap event to LinkedIn?

    • Hi Jessica,

      You can put a link to your LinkedIn page on your TicketLeap event, but if you’re asking about the capability to export TicketLeap events to LinkedIn, we currently don’t have that in place.

      If you have any other questions, kick ‘em over to Support@TicketLeap.com, or call our toll-free support number at 877-849-5327. We’re here to help!

      -Brian Lynch, TicketLeap Marketing Coordinator

  3. Hi Bryan! I really like your ideas concerning event management trends.
    I am now researching event ticketing platforms to start selling my event. And I like ticketleap.com, it seems reliable. But I am not sure about marketing possibilities. Are there any?

    Thanks
    Jenny

    • Hi Jenny,

      Thanks – I’m glad you’re checking our platform out!

      Just sent you an e-mail about brainstorming marketing possibilities. Hope to hear from you soon!

      -Brian

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