There are many online event ticketing companies that offer some unnecessary features and services that are not much help for your event or your fans. While features and services are always important for any event presenter while evaluating an online event ticketing system, the most important factor is to understand what exactly fans wants from an online event ticketing system. For any event presenter, their fans are their king, and the more difficulty a fan faces when booking a ticket, they greater likelihood he/she will abandon the sale. In this blog, we will share a report that we have created after doing a survey to 200 fans and asked them about the services they are like while booking a ticket for any event. Continue reading
Running an event might be prolonged and stressful. From arranging, to administering on event day to wrapping up after the event, with such a large number of balls to juggle at once, it is a wonder that an event can actually end on a high note. However, in last few years, various tools have been introduce that could be important weapons in an event presenter’s arsenal for simplifying the event process. Here’s a rundown of some useful tools for helping you run your next event smoothly. Continue reading
At Yapsody, we believe that a great ticketing system should give you the flexibility to be creative in pricing tickets and applying discounts.
While creating your event and performance you can easily segregate your ticket categories by adding multiple ticket type such as “Student”, “Adult”,” VIP” etc. and apply separate pricing for each ticket. However, where we excel relative to other “do-it-yourself ticketing system is in two areas:
We are happy to announce that Yapsody.com won “Site of the Week” by the popular business forum “Business Advice Forum (BAF)”.
We are thankful to Fergal, admin of Business Advice Forum, for supporting our new ticketing system and our initiative against high ticketing fees. Yapsody is the first truly free online ticketing system of its kind, against the concept of “taxing” presenters and customers with fees.