Answer 3 questions to make your live events website rock

As a full-service live event technology platform, Ticketfly designs and builds websites for our venue and promoter partners. Each month, our team of talented developers and project managers works side-by-side with our clients to launch custom websites that meet their specific needs.

With more than 800 sites under our belts, we power the largest network of live event websites in the world. It goes without saying that we know a thing or two about the right approach to creating a website for a live events business. Whether you’re working with Ticketfly, an outside web developer, or even using an out of the box solution, here are three important questions to ask yourself to determine if your website is ready to take the stage.

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Check Out Our Snazzy New Mobile Experience

You may have noticed our new look when buying tickets on the go. We recently updated our mobile experience for ticket buyers, making it easier to find the best events in your area, manage your orders, and get help when you need it.

We think it looks pretty slick. Go to ticketfly.com on your smartphone to take a look, or check out the screenshots below:

SXSW 2013: Keep Austin Weird and Learn to Build Scalable Software

Are you heading to SXSW this year? Everyone from techies to groupies will be migrating to Austin, Texas, March 8th-17th, for the Interactive, Film, and Music conferences.

Whether you’re an engineer or a business pioneer with a plan, the workshops during the Interactive conference have a lot to offer as you think about the next steps for your project. Make time in your schedule for an in-depth lesson from Ticketfly’s Platform Architect, Andrew Headrick on Monday, March 11th, from 9:30am-1:30pm on the UT-Austin campus.
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Ticketfly Got a Brand New Venue and Promoter Website!


Ticketfly got a facelift today and now it’s much easier for event organizers to get to know us! We’re excited about our new look and hope you’ll take a cruise around the new site.

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FlyTips: Are Facebook’s Promoted Posts a Scam? (Nope.)

When Facebook launched their “Promoted Posts” feature, the following chain message started to make the rounds, especially amongst promoters and venue folks.“If you haven’t already heard, Facebook is now requiring page owners to PAY to have their status updates read by every subscriber. If we don’t, status updates only show up in less than 10% of newsfeeds, even though you have “Liked” the page indicating you want to see posts from this page.”
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Spaceland Presents Partners with Ticketfly

Spaceland Presents, one of the premier independent club promotion and event companies, and sister company to Los Angeles music venues The Echo and Echoplex, today announced a partnership with Ticketfly. Ticketfly will be powering ticketing, a new website, email and social media marketing for Spaceland and The Echo/ Echoplex, giving fans in LA a lot more ways to share and find out about events!
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Ticketfly Launches Reserved Seating

You know when two things are so meant for each other, that by the time the pair comes around you wonder why it took so long? Today is one of those days.

Ticketfly is excited to announce the launch of our reserved seating offering, which introduces innovative, time-saving technology for creating and managing reserved seating events, and allows reserved seating venues to take full advantage of Ticketfly’s leading social ticketing platform.
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Brooklyn Bowl Turns 3 / Blows Our Minds

One Ticketfly partner that absolutely *kills it* at social media and digital marketing is Brooklyn Bowl. But they’re not just a pretty face online – the product lives up to the marketing. The Bowl is always guaranteed to be one of your most memorable nights out and yes, the chicken is that good. Brooklyn Bowl is a venue that has its own die hard fans, and actively finds creative and effective ways to engage with them.
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