When it comes to events, the days of traditional mailed invitations are long gone. Aside from being more expensive, it also limits the amount of people you can send it to. Event Websites have been around for awhile and it seems like they are here to stay. These are websites built for the sole purpose of an event, whether it be a one time event or a recurring one. This can be seen in concerts, music festivals, conventions and the like. It is mostly used for events requiring quite a substantial amount of people or well known competitions.
Event Websites usually contain the details about the event from the date, time to the actual activities. They may also include some offers and articles related to the event. It usually informs you where you can buy the tickets if it’s not done within the site itself. Altogether, it summarizes and hypes the visitor on the event and encourages them to participate.
Let the world know! Expand your event’s reach by a hundredfold by having an event website. Through this, people are able to share the event to their peers and you are able to passively promote the event. At the same time, it provides an image of credibility and trust. There are many events that seem like a scam or a hoax because of the lack of public materials provided. With a well designed website with reliable content, people will be more at ease to join and buy tickets.
You can also build a better connection with your event participants as you can provide photos and videos post-event to keep their momentum and excitement going for future events.
We can help you build a one of a kind event website that looks and works well. We are always ready to create whether your event is a competition, a convention or a whole new thing, our team is always there every step of the way. We can help you from planning the pages you’d need to building your check out process and creating graphics and other public materials to entice your website’s visitors. We will also make sure that your audience will have an excellent customer experience to encourage them to attend your event and invite more people to participate.