20₵ Per Click
The introductory offer for EventClicks has ended. But at 20 cents per click our Pay-Per-Click option is still one of the best values on the web. Sign up for EventClicks and have your business seen by Eventective users searching for event venues and services in your area.
Start EventClicks today with $10 in free clicks.
More Than Leads
Here at Eventective, we love our lead buyers, but we have a hard time convincing you that we provide much more than just leads. So, we’ve taken steps to give you more exposure on the site by offering subscription plans which put you in front of the 98% of Eventective users who never submit event requests. Plus, they give you access to lead discounts and refunds.
Our subscription plans fit any budget:
Basic Subscription is only a few dollars per month
Enhanced Subscription promotes your business in all cities in your area
Premium Subscription features Unlimited leads
See which plan is best for you or contact us for more information.
Win Business Online
Online marketing doesn’t take an Olympic effort. Your website is a great start, but it takes more to finish first.
A top-notch website with no traffic is not going to score you any business. Get in the game beyond your website by appearing on other well-trafficked sites that will drive customers to you.
Think Facebook (read 9 Ways to Optimize Facebook for Business on MobileBeat.com), Twitter, LinkedIn, and of course, Eventective.
There are many ways to drive traffic to your website, but the important thing is to measure that traffic and track your marketing investments. The best competitors always set benchmarks for their performance.
Review our presentation for some coaching tips – Market Your Event Business Online. It’s almost as good as getting on a cereal box!
The best way to sell your services is to sell yourself first. Top salespeople are engaging and friendly as well as professional. Connect with your potential customer as if you already have a relationship with them and give them reason to trust you. No one wants to buy from someone they don’t like or trust.
For other great ideas, read Tom Szaky’s Top 10 Sales Tips in this NYT article.