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If you have a wordpress site try one of these: http://premium.wpmudev.org/projects/category/plugins/?s=calendar

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Try an infographic but if budget/skillset doesn't allow use a word doc and create a pdf. Whatever you do keep it short and sweet and a better suggestion is to use the body of an email for the actual pitch and the attachment/one pager or close too with supplemental info. No one likes reading and...

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I think that Eventbrite is your best solution. It's simple to use from an organizer and user perspective, and there's little fuss in taking payments. No reason to get fancier.

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Excellent question, there's a couple factors that must be first addressed to give you the most effective answer: -Are the 75 participants loyal, returning guests or are they generally new faces? -Do you offer upsells at this event? This opens the potential to reduce ticket door revenue to inc...

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Since you're already using metals for naming your packages: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum...it only makes sense to add a Titanium package. The names you are suggesting are good, but you'll need to change your naming convention to something like: Basic Partner, Standard Partner, Collaborative P...

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Congratulations on the launch of your Beta testing! That is half the battle. My advice would be to slowly do another round of Beta testing and inviting people who you know will give you good feedback and help you improve your app. Then in the mean time get PR to pump up your app again for launch ...

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Hello I am Priyanka. In this I would like to share my personal experience with you. Being profitable goes beyond booking the right bands, picking the right location, and driving a successful marketing campaign. Even if the fest is popular, it won’t matter if you’re losing money by pricing your ti...

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