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Your style – like your brand as a whole – is unique to you. And with recent updates to the Template Tool email creator in FanBridge, you can enjoy the same time saving benefits of the drag-and-drop tour date plugin, but with more options to customize the final design of how a tour announcement email looks and reads. Getting you to your desired finished product in lightening fast speeds.


Button Styles

We’ve released more styling options on the buttons modules a few months ago, and now, those styles will apply to the Tickets and Info buttons in your upcoming events. This means you can control the background color, text, border, and button corner roundness so it matches the buttons elsewhere in your newsletter.


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To Info or Not To Info

The Info links that appear with the tickets links will direct fans that click on it to see more details about that event: the venue’s address, the start time, etc. But maybe you just want to show the ticket link. To do this, you can easily just click to remove or bring back those links.


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Sold Out Dates

It’s a good problem to have, tickets aren’t available because the event is sold out. You may want to show fans when a date no longer has tickets available, and if an event is marked as Sold Out on FanBridge, it will show up as Sold Out in the Events Module.


Event Sold Out

Event Layouts

Our favorite update here (!!!) is the different layouts available for the Events module. We’ve been reading and analyzing as many tour emails as we can and have created two new ways to display your upcoming events based on recurring trends: dates listed in Columns and upcoming tour dates listed Inline. Use the same customization options in font sizes, font families, colors, as well as link options and alignment to get to the finished product you want.


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Planning, promoting and performing at an event can be one long, tiring process. When you’re juggling so much at once to successfully kick off an event, some things get lost in the shuffle. So we’ve gathered a collection of articles we’ve made in the past to help you run your next event with ease.
Event Promotion Strategies – Go beyond your typical event promotion campaign with these 3 strategies.
6 Ways to Connect With Your Audience at Events – A simple connection can go a long way with fans. Try out these 6 tips at your next event to engage fans.
Festival Marketing for Indie Musicians – We came up with a few ways independent musicians can stand out and gain an audience at festivals.
4 Ways to Collect & Connect on Tour – See how these 4 promotion methods can help you grow and engage your audience at events.
Giftip: Reuse Events – Learn how to reuse event listings and save a little time and effort when managing your event calendar.
Bandsintown & Events Integration – Our integration with Bandsintown allows you to import your event calendar in a breeze.
Using Email and Social Media at Festivals: What to Bring & How to Strategize – Going on tour? This handy checklist has everything you’ll need to connect with fans on the road.
4 Easy Ways to Use FanBridge on the Road – These 4 FanBridge tools make it easy to keep fans engaged when you’re on tour.
3 Ways to Build the Conversation Around Your Next Tour – Discover how you can generate buzz and get fans excited for your next event.
Guest Series: How to Leverage Email and Social Media at Large Events/Festivals Part 1 | Part 2 – Our panel of music publicity experts weighed in on how you can use social media & email to stand out at festivals.
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When you’re promoting a new song, you want to make sure it’s available to all your fans. While it’s always great to provide fans with free content, it wouldn’t hurt to grow your audience in the process. This is where Tweet for a Track comes in handy.

With Tweet for a Track, you can easily share a free mp3 download at no cost with fans in exchange for a simple retweet. All you would need to do is set up your account, upload an mp3 and publish a tweet to let fans know that your song is available to download if they share your announcement to their followers.

Read more: Social Fan Data

Tweet for a Track allows artists to distribute music to a brand new audience with just one tweet. But that’s not all you can do. With Tweet for a Track, you can also collect the emails of fans who have retweeted for a download, if they have provided their email address. And these emails can be downloaded and added to your mailing list for the low cost of just $3.

Read more: 3 Strategies for Smarter Email Collection

Get started today and discover a new audience with Tweet for a Track!


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