With Eventbrite you have powerful tools to register your event, share, host, and track your attendees.
- Easily create an invitation or newsletter for one, two, or all of your events.
- Customize the look and feel of your email to match the event you are planning.
- Send targeted and personalized emails to increase engagement.
- Automate email invitations to make your life easier.
- Track your ticket sales and revenue in real-time on your Emma Response page.
Eventbrite is a global marketplace for live experiences that enables people to create and find amazing events. We believe that gathering with others is the best way for people to learn, grow, get inspired, feel connected, give back, and celebrate. So we're building technology that facilitates those gatherings.
With Eventbrite you have powerful tools to create, share, host, and track your events. And now with the integration with Emma, you can take advantage of one of the most effective channels to invite people to your events, email, by creating a consistent experience both online and off.
Step 1: Drag the Events block from the toolbar and drop it where you’d like your event(s) to appear in the email. Here, you’ll be asked to connect your Eventbrite account to Emma.
Step 2: You’ll see a list of all your Eventbrite events. Find and select the event(s) you want to add to this email. Customize how you want the event(s) to appear.
Step 3: If you create an email for one event, you can provide more information in the invitation, such as the event’s description and a map showing the location.
Step 4: Once you’ve sent your email off into the wild, you can keep track on how it’s performing in Emma. You can even see your event sales data and what your email was able to drive, including details on specific orders.
*Pro Tip: If you host many events, create an invitation with multiple events and send that email to a targeted list of people. For example, if you’re a music venue with a lot of great jazz concerts coming up, you can create an invitation that lists those shows, has a jazzy design to match, and then send it to a list of all your jazz-lovin’ patrons.
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