Step 2.Making an image and description.
Your image should be related to your event but it’s nice to make it colorful and catchy as well.Size must be 2160×1080 so that you won’t have an extra task to edit your image after uploading it. It saves you another step. You may have various sources but we suggest Canva.com if you don’t have one yet. It’s user-friendly and offers a lot of templates ready and free to use by just creating an account.
On Canva.com, after you create an account, scroll down from the search box. At the bottom,choose custom dimensions and add the preferred size of Eventbritethen click create design.You will now have a blank canvas to work on. It’s quick and easy.You can use any template and modify it.Click on the text to edit it.When you’re ready, click the download button and head back on over to Eventbrite to upload it. Below is the image we made from Canva.com.
Once you’redone there,type up the overview of the event itself.It’s literally just like using a word document. Just click and start typing.
The short summary would be something to make attendees excited. While next to it is a box for the long description.
Divide the description into 2 parts. The first is about the tour while the second is about the Realtor. Here’s an example:
Join us for a live tour of Real Estate Investments for sale in North Vancouver! On this week’s tour, we’ll be looking at apartments and condos below $400,000 and more!
Can’t make the date and time? Register anyways. We’ll include you on our weekly listings of deals so you can watch from home.
This is a 3-hour tour that we do monthly.
You must arrive on time because we ‘ll leave right on time. Questions or running late? Text: your number here
Want to book private showings and start looking this week?
Call or text John direct at your number here.
John Smith –Sales Representative
ABC Realty Inc.
your number here
You also want to enter what your plans are. You’ll point out things to watch for buying, selling and investing. Also, put in your contact information. After that, click the save and continue button again to proceed on the third part of the dashboard which is the Ticket.
Step 3. Tickets
Below is a sample form to fill-in.
You’re going to create a free ticket.After you name your ticket, make sure it’s clear for them to see it’s free.You can set a cap for the quantity available.If there is only room for 24 people in the boardroom for a meeting or if a home tour maxes out at 24 people, add a cap.
There is an advanced setting below it so make sure to check it out because of some important details.
Here is an example of the description for your tickets:
“Can’t make the day and time? Register anyways to be included next time.”Then add your contact details.
It’s best to set it to the public so people can find the event. Find the best option for you.And when there’s a subcategory select this too.You can show the number of remaining tickets available if you know that you’re always going to sell out or fill up but if you know that your registrations are going to be lower,then you wouldn’t do that.
A lot of people use the date and time as a reason for not registering. You always allow the ticket sale right away. Up until the time of the event, you would also allow people to request more tickets.
Once you click the save tab,it gives you other options. Don’t click the publish button yet,click the save button and once you click save it gives you more tabs.It gives you the chance to edit
The 3 dots icon at the rightmost part gives you the chance to edit, copy or delete.
Step 4. Order Options.Order option is next to the tickets tab on the dashboard.Go to order form and then default the Collect Information from tab into Each attendee.This means that you want to capture every attendees’ basic information. Eventbrite collects the email address, first name, last name,and payment information during checkout by default.
Tip:Sometimes your event will be finished and people will still find it,so,put your contact details for them to call or text.
There’s a registration option, you can put details or description of what you want to appear while they’re on the registration page.The registration time limit is like a time limit for them to decide while they’re the page. There’s also a description box for any messages you want to appear after the ticket sales end, add your contact details again.
And for the free events, just get rid of the refund option because it gets rid of clutter.
You can allow attendees to edit their information after the registration so they can update their name,their phone number,and their email. Then click save and once that’s done,next will be the order confirmation.
Step 5.The order confirmation.
When a person registers,you need to confirm with them.The order confirmation is going to be the thank-you page they get and then the email they get confirming they’re registered.
An example of what it says;
“Congrats!We have you marked down for our home tour.Did you intend on coming this month?Or next month?Please reply.”
So,this is just a way for you to create engagement when the people reply.Add:
“Also,you can bring a friend if you want.Let us know so we have proper numbers.We’ll include you on the email alert.Do you have specific criteria such as price,location,or property type?Let me know and we’ll modify it to your needs.And remember as a buyer agent,you don’t pay our fees.”
“I’d love to explain that to you. I hope we get to connect”–and then all of your contact info.
That’s what they see right when they register on the Thank-You page and then you copy and paste it and do the same thing for their email as well.
You can allow them to get printable tickets too.
People who show up for the home tour can bring a ticket or we check them in at the door using the organizer app.Click the save.
Step 6. Waitlist.
We do allow a waitlist where people can get on a waitlist in case more tickets sellor we have a limit on the tour.
Step7. Manage Attendees.
Managing attendee’s work when you’redoing a live event. The options are greyed because we’re not doing a live event. If you’re then those options will be accessible.
Below is the sample event preview we’ve just created. Use emotion generating words to make your Event sound great!
Tip: Whenever you have a person register for one of your events,automatically add them to a Google sheet and it can automatically add them to your database.So,use Zapier for automation and you don’t have to do it by copy and paste.
This one approach could be a pillar of business for you,it’s different and it’s away to meet more buyers and sellers face to face.It gets you out and doing different stuff.Take action now and you can make a business out of it.Go to Eventbrite now!