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One thing you need to watch is if your source of content puts out 50 articles a week, it may be too much to automate. You can adjust how many posts get shared per day and there's a limit on the free account. I recommend choosing content sources that publish no more than 5 times a week.
If you are an organization who is hosting a ticketed event such as a concert, a block party, a 5k fun run, or anything that may require a pre event registration / ticket purchase, this product could potentially be very useful for you! My Fraternity used Eventzilla's product for our last four events including a concert, a 5k run, and 2 golfing tournaments! Using this tool, we were able to raise significantly more money than we had from previous events. Additionally, this product was exceptionally useful for the 5k because of the amount of information we needed to collect through the registration form prior to the event. Using the Eventzilla forms, we were able to discover participants' age, gender, t -shirt size, # of registrations, phone #, email, name, etc. and provide them each with an excellent, personalized experience.
- Support of the product was a bit hit and miss. Some of the functionality I enjoyed that made me sign up in the first place like the ability to repost a tweet by clicking on it was taken away suddenly with no explanation. Although it was sort of replaced with EverQueue.
- The interface was glitchy at times especially around creating categories and timings for bulk post scheduling. Eventually worked around it to make it work for me.
- No phone app was a major disappointment as I find lots of stuff to post from my mobile.
- Some aspects of the software could be more intuitive - I found that pointing my domain to the Eventzilla landing page was extremely difficult
- It is not easy to get a hold of customer support - It took a significant amount of time for me to get in contact with a support agent
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As, stated before, the only thing that I found to be difficult when using this software was pointing an existing domain to the Eventzilla Registration landing page. I followed all of the steps as illustrated and I continued to experience errors when trying to navigate via the domain. I could not get in contact with support and so we chose to use the extremely long Eventzilla domain. This was not a big deal, but it would have been nice to use our own domain that we purchased
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Problems are quickly worked out with their support. I haven't had any issues except in the initial setup, and their support folks walked me through it.
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Support is adequate, but sometimes has difficulty grasping all of the pieces of a question. Once, I asked for help with a relatively technical integration that we were using to track event effectiveness, and their answer left me wondering if they even understood that the feature I was asking about even existed in their system.
Buffer and Dlvr.it don't compare as apples to apples, but there are areas where one is better than the other. For price and automating social media posts, Dlvr.it is better, but for content curation I've found Buffer to be easier.
I am not particularly familiar with any event registration / ticketing alternatives. This software was used by my organization when I was hired and it is all I am familiar with!
Return on Investment
- Just on the amount of time it saves.
- Set up and you're done.
- LinkedIn, however, disconnects itself every 3 months and you need to log in to reconnect it. But that's so with all 3rd party tools. It's a LinkedIn thing.
- Client event management takes minutes rather than hours.
- Cost to our business is much lower than other solutions.
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