Guest Post: 5 Ways to Get the Best Crowd at Your Event


Cass Phillipps is involved in dozens of Bay Area startup events, including FailCon and the upcoming Future of Money & Technology Summit. In October, she wrote for the blog about how to plan a successful conference. Today, she offers her 5 insider tips for getting the best crowd at your event.
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Guest Post: 5 Crimes of Event Passion


This is a guest post by Louise M. Felsher, CMP, CMM—Director of Marketing at Treasure Island Wines. Today she discusses “crimes of event passion”—those mistakes you can make when you’re trying too hard to throw the perfect event.
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Eventbrite Adds an Invite-Only Feature


Here at Eventbrite, we’re inclusive by nature. But we also know that for some events, more social isn’t what you’re looking for. That’s why we’re excited to announce a brand-new “invite only” feature. We’ve offered “private” and “password protected” settings for a long time, but this takes things an big step further.
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Your last-minute guide to top Super Bowl parties


While only a select few (well, a select 100,000…) will actually be heading to the big game, DFW is going to be jam-packed with swank parties, A-list extravaganzas, and even top concerts. You can meet Cowboy legends at the Frontiers of Flight Museum, or meet Diddy and Jermaine Dupri at The Official Diddy Super Bowl Kick Off Bash.
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Microsoft Launches WebMatrix with Eventbrite Integration


This morning, Microsoft announced WebMatrix, a very cool new web development tool designed to streamline the process of creating a new website. And they’re launching with a nifty connector to our product called “Eventbrite Helper,” which makes it a snap to promote Eventbrite events within your WebMatrix site.
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