To create successful events, you need the right tools. At EventNut, we’ve produced hundreds of successful events, and we’ve learned a little bit more about our tools every time. We’ve learned which event tools work, and which ones are overkill. That’s why we engineered our website builder, registration app, and online ticketing software to provide all the critical functionality you need. It’s the important stuff without the fluff, served up in a super user-friendly way.
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Start with a Great Event Website
We make it easy to construct a high-performance event website. Our sites look sharp on any device. They’re great for growing ticket sales and attendee registrations. You can build an EventNut site for free. No special technical skills needed.
A number of enhancements to the core EventNut product have been released recently. All of these are part of our ongoing effort to optimize EventNut usability and event-success value delivery. New EventNut Features Improved QR code functionality on [...]
In recent weeks, we've launched a series of enhancements to the core EventNut product. These include a number of new features requested by EventNut customers, improvements to the websites you can use EventNut to build, and miscellaneous [...]
The quality of your speakers will make or break your event. If your speakers run on time, present compelling content in an easily understood way, and always leave time for Q&A, your attendee experience will be [...]
Sometimes we get so caught up in granular, event-specific issues that we fail to account for all the non-event-specific stuff that makes effective event planning possible. If you're putting together an event management toolbox, event-specific tools [...]
The work involved in creating event success doesn't end when you pack up your event. Assuming the event just ended isn't going to be your last, an event's immediate aftermath is your chance to lock down continuing [...]
This is a "devil's advocate" post. We're going to make an argument against discounting your event tickets. Of course, there are often good reasons for creating ticket discounts. If nothing else, discounts can help drive volume early [...]
What's the difference between a "big" event and a "small" event? Beyond the obvious stuff, that is. It goes without saying that big and small events differ in attendance. Bigger events are often longer. They usually offer [...]
This post is a plea for you to start webcasting your events. It’s easier than you think, and it matters a lot. Of all the things that have made our own events so successful over the years, webcasting [...]