tutorials

Maria Keenan

3 Different Ways to Implement On-Page SEO for Events [Tutorial]

(If you're new to SEO and want a crash course on where we're getting all this from, you should refer to our Basic SEO for Event Pages post here.)

I recognise that, in a previous post, I waxed lyrical about on-page SEO for events, but I didn't quite go into depth about how to implement it. 

Today we'll take a few minutes to go through event page SEO tutorials for three popular platforms and all the places keywords should live for additional event visibility. 

I'll cover how to SEO-optimise a Tito event, an event page hosted on Wordpress (with or without Yoast) and how to SEO-optimise event pages hosted on the HubSpot COS.

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Vicky Carmichael

Getting Creative with the Tito Widget: Real Customer Examples

For most of our customers, Tito’s event homepage is central to their ticket selling process. But there is another way to capture registrations.

Tito makes it easy to sell tickets to your event. You simply enter the event details—title, date, location, ticket types and so on—and we generate an attractive and user-friendly event homepage for you. You can link to it from your website, or from anywhere on the internet, and get selling tickets in minutes.

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