Your event page appearance can make or break your ticket sales. You want to beef that sucker up as best you can. A bare event page with little or no information can put off potential buyers if they have questions about the event or haven't made their final decision to purchase tickets.
Write a detailed event description.
Get attendees excited about your event by including specific details about the venue, info about special guests, dress codes, menu or bar options. Try to write creatively and always check for typos! You want to look as pro as possible.
Customize your event page.
Ticketleap allows you to make your event's page match your its personality. Brand your event page by adding a logo, slogan, and media gallery. Choose a page template that has colors that complement your brand.
Include any restrictions.
The restrictions portion of your event page will be printed on each of your patron's barcode tickets. This is a great place to add important reminders about your event for your patrons, including dress code, age requirements, special instructions, etc.
Add a "Buy Tickets" button or widget to your website or blog.
Once your Ticketleap page is complete, create a custom "Buy Tickets" button to post on your website that will take ticket buyers directly to your event page.