How to Get the Most from Eventbrite’s Event-Promotion Services
When creating your event, click the Include links to Facebook and Twitter checkbox.
Eventbrite will do a lot of the work for your event by including links and posting information on your Facebook page.
In the Additional Settings area (Section 3 of the Create Event page), select Public page.
Selecting the Public page box tells Eventbrite to list the event on the Eventbrite page and to make it available to search engines.
For events that are for just a few people, you don’t necessarily want to maximize Eventbrite’s promotional capabilities. For example, you don’t want your family reunion listed as a public event and posted to all your Facebook friends. You probably want to have Eventbrite send invitations out to only a list of relatives.
Select the Event Type and Event Topic.
Click the down arrow in the Event Type field, and a drop-down list of types appears here. These correspond to searchable event types and topics on the Eventbrite page. Do yourself a favor and select one that’s listed rather than “Other;” the type shown here is Dinner or Gala.
Click the down arrow in the Event Topic field, and a drop-down list of topics appears. Family & Education is shown here. This topic happens to have several sub-topics to choose from. Reunion is the subtopic shown here.
Click Save, and your event is now searchable on Eventbrite and posted to Facebook and Twitter.