Giveffect Weekly Webinar: Learning to Utilize Ticketed Campaigns vs. RSVP Campaigns
On Friday, July 13, we will present our latest weekly webinar focusing on how to best utilize ticketed events vs. RSVP campaigns. This will be a detailed guide on when to use ticketed campaigns, as well as when RSVP or registration campaigns are more appropriate. Both types of campaigns can be built within our Events and Fundraising system. There are important distinctions between how to utilize both of these options within the Giveffect software, and we have found that our clients want to know the best way to take advantage of how to best use both of these methods in their operations.
For this week’s webinar, we will cover the following topics:
- Ticketed Event Campaign Setup
- RSVP Campaign Setup
- Best practices for using Ticketed Campaigns
- Custom Ticketed Event Workflow
- Mobile Ticket Check-In & Check-Out
- RVSP Campaign Reporting
- Workshop & RSVP Campaign Workflow
- And much more!
Here are some examples of one ticketed event campaign website created by the Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland for their Ambassador’s Council Golf outing, and one RSVP event campaign page website created by Food Gatherers for their Volunteer Appreciation Fall Fest:
Have you sought to master when to use Ticketed Events Campaigns vs RSVP Campaigns? Our team here at Giveffect will review the differences between the two, as well as pertinent reporting and analytics, robust campaign workflows, and everything else you need to run a successful campaign. If you are a Giveffect client, these educational webinars are a great way to learn how to use certain areas of the Giveffect system, from reports and queries, to reconciliation, to how to build your nonprofit’s website using Giveffect.
Be sure to join us on July 13 at 1pm EST. Space for this webinar is limited, so please register yourself at this link.
Want to learn more about how the Giveffect all-in-one software system can help your nonprofit in its campaign and event creation efforts? Visit us online at www.giveffect.com.