Last modification by FanFueled
August 16, 2011, 3:10 pm → version: 4
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|Log in or create an account at www.fanfueled.com/User/Login.|
|Click on "Create Event." You can do this by selecting the "My FanFueled" drop-down menu or simply by clicking the link in the upper right-hand corner of your screen.|
|FanFueled will take you through each step of creating you event, from inputting the details to setting up payment.
The first page of this process will walk you though your event details. Input the name of your event followed by a description. The description is a great place to add any special information your guests might need to know such as parking details or age restrictions.
Next, add a date and time to your event and fill in the host information.
Finally, choose one or more categories for your event. This will help fans find your event on FanFueled.
|If you want to make your event private, check the box at the bottom and enter a password. With a private event, guests will need the password to access the event page. Also, private events will not show up on the FanFueled homepage.|
|Next, add your venue. It’s important that you include the physical address along with a contact phone number. If your event is happening in multiple locations you can add each as a separate venue!|
|Now that you’ve given your fans all of the major details for the event, you can set up the ticketing.
You can add as many ticket types as you want. For example, maybe you’re selling VIP tickets and General Admission tickets. Or perhaps you’d like to offer a discounted ticket to those who purchase their tickets in advance. Simply make a separate ticket for each type you'd like to sell.
You can also choose to include the ticketing and fuel fee in the ticket price. This means that the service fee will come out of the general cost of the ticket rather than as an add-on that the ticket buyer pays.
|The default method of ticketing is a guest list. If you want your guests to gain access to your event with a real ticket, you can choose the “Print at Home” option. You can also choose to have tickets available at Will Call or to ship the tickets to the buyer.|
|This step of the process is optional, but can be a great way to reward your fans. Here, you can create discount codes for your event. You can create codes that offer percentages of the ticket price or dollar amounts off the ticket price. You can also create as many codes as you'd like.|
|Images aren’t required for your event, but they really add to the look of your event page! You can use up to five images. Simply choose the file from your computer and upload it!|
|Our promoter feature allows you to take your street team social. Type in your promoter's name and email address and set a commission rate and ticket allotment. Your promoter will receive an email with a unique link to your event page. They will use this link to sell your event and we will track their progress and provide you with accurate payout figures.|
|How would you like to be paid? Your three options for receiving payment are Mail, PayPal, and ACH.
If you would like to be paid by Mail, FanFueled will mail you a check 48 hours following the event. If you choose PayPal, the funds will be deposited into your PayPal account. If you choose ACH, you are choosing to have the funds directly deposited into a bank account following the event.
|Your event is almost done! The final step is composing a confirmation email and adding links to your social media sites.|
|Finally, give your event a once-over. Is all of the information correct? Are there any typos? This is a great time to fix any mistakes you may have made. Once you’ve checked your information, you can move on to the next step. If you’ve chosen to make your event private, you’ll have to enter the password before you can view your event page.|
|At last! You can see your finished product. If everything looks good to you, enable your event and start selling tickets!|
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