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Constant Contact + Eventbrite Integrations

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About Constant Contact

Constant Contact is an email marketing application that lets you create effective email marketing and other online marketing campaigns to meet your business goals.

About Eventbrite

Eventbrite is an event management site that allows users to create, browse, and promote their events. it lets you organize any kind of event, from the birthday party, family reunion, spiritual retreat, community art festival, or just any event that involves people getting together.

Eventbrite Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Constant Contact + Eventbrite

  • Constant Contact Eventbrite

    Constant Contact + Eventbrite

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    Constant Contact + Eventbrite

    Create Event to Eventbrite from New Email Open in Constant Contact Read More...
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    Eventbrite Create Event
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    Eventbrite + Constant Contact

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    Constant Contact Create Contact
  • Constant Contact Constant Contact

    Eventbrite + Constant Contact

    Update Contact in Constant Contact when New Event is created in Eventbrite Read More...
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Connect Constant Contact + Eventbrite in easier way

It's easy to connect Constant Contact + Eventbrite without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Contact

    Triggers when a new contact is created.

  • New Email Open

    Triggers when a recipient open an email for specified campaign.

  • New list

    Triggers when a new list is created.

  • New Attendee Check In

    Triggers when an attendee checks into an event.

  • New Attendee Registered

    Triggers when an attendee orders a ticket for an event.

  • New Event

    Triggers when a new event is created within an organization.

  • New Order

    Triggers when a new order is placed for tickets to an event. This contains only the top level financial and transactional information.

    Actions
  • Create Contact

    Creates a contact

  • Create Update Contact

    Creates a new contact and updates an existing contact.

  • Delete Contact

    Delete a contact.

  • Update Contact

    Updates a contact.

  • Create Event

    Creates an event within an organization.

How Constant Contact & Eventbrite Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Constant Contact as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Eventbrite as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Constant Contact to Eventbrite.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Constant Contact and Eventbrite

Constant Contact and Eventbrite are two web based companies that were founded in 1998. Constant Contact was founded in Vermont by three friends, Matt Harris, Christopher Michel, and David Van Wie and Eventbrite was founded by Renaud Visage, Kevin Hartz, and Julia Hartz in San Francisco, California. Both companies provide online tops to help with event planning by allowing organizers to create online registration forms for their event. Both companies have experienced tremendous growth since their founding and they continue to grow. This article will examine both Constant Contact and Eventbrite as well as explain the reasons for their growth.

Constant Contact Inc. is a provider of e-mail marketing and social media management services for individuals and small businesses. The company provides these services through its website at http://www.constantcontact.com. Constant Contact has received numerous accpades, including being listed as one of Fortune magazine's "Top 100 Best Companies to Work For" every year since the list's inception in 1999 and being ranked #1 on the list for three consecutive years, in 2006, 2007, and 2008. In addition, Constant Contact has been ranked #1 on Inc. magazine's annual "Inc. 500," an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies, three times, in 2006, 2007, and 2008. The company was also named one of Forbes magazine's "Hottest Private Companies" in 2010.

Constant Contact was founded by three friends, Matt Harris, Christopher Michel, and David Van Wie in 1998 in Middlebury, Vermont. The three men had worked together at another internet company in southern Vermont called Digital Decisions and they decided that they wanted to start another company to meet the needs of the business community in Middlebury. They named their new company Constant Contact because they wanted to create a product that customers would rely on constantly. The company began as what its founders described as a "do-it-yourself" email service for business use and it provided simple email newsletters for users to send to their customers or clients. The company initially struggled to gain users while competitors such as www.email-marketing-reports.com grew much more quickly but Constant Contact eventually began to gain traction due to a few key factors. First, Constant Contact was not only competing with other email marketing services but was also competing with the increasing popularity of social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. Second, Constant Contact focused on providing a more customized service to its users than most of its competitors did at that time which helped it stand out from the crowd. Third, Constant Contact was able to incorporate features into its service that made it much more user friendly than its competitors were at that time. In 2002, Constant Contact acquired another email marketing service company named Tidemark Communications which gave Constant Contact access to Tidemark's client base of more than 100 American companies which included major national brands such as Disney World and McDonalds. In 2005, Constant Contact raised $5 million in venture capital funding which allowed the company to continue to grow its client base and expand its operations beyond New England where it was primarily operating at that time. By 2006, the company had grown so much that it moved its headquarters from Middlebury to Waltham, Massachusetts. In 2007, the company raised $33 million in new financing and was able to re-brand itself with a new logo and new advertising campaign which helped it reach even more clients around the United States and internationally. Then in 2008 Constant Contact raised $35 million in venture capital funding which allowed it to expand its operations further by opening offices around the world including locations in London and Santiago, Chile as well as in the United States and Canada. Finally in 2010 Constant Contact opened another office in Beijing, China. In 2011 Constant Contact recorded over $100 million in sales revenue for the first time ever which led many analysts to speculate that the company might be ready to go public within the next year or two.[1]

Eventbrite is a website that can be used to manage events of all types including birthday parties, weddings, trade shows, conferences, fundraisers, sporting events like marathons or triathlons and just about any other type of event that someone might want to promote or plan online. Eventbrite was founded by three people who met while enrpled at the University of Southern California. Kevin Hartz, Julia Hartz and Renaud Visage.[2] Eventbrite was founded in 2004 when Kevin Hartz had an idea for a way for concertgoers to buy tickets online before they entered a venue thereby reducing long lines outside the venue after a show had already started.[3] He approached Renaud Visage with his idea who then brought his sister Julia Hartz into the project to make it more appealing to investors. Kevin Hartz said that he believed that he could sell his idea because he could see how popular such an online ticketing system would be if he could find a way for it to be profitable.[4] The three co-founders incorporated Eventbrite in San Francisco in April 2004 under the name TicketWeb (which became Eventbrite. after receiving less than $500,000 from angel investors.[5] After spending months developing their product they launched their website on July 11th of 2004.[6] The company received $1 million in venture capital funding in 2005 from Sequoia Capital and $10 million from Tiger Global Management which allowed it to continue growing at a rapid pace.[7] In 2006 the company received another $15 million in venture capital funding for a total of $24 million from Sequoia Capital, Tiger Global Management, DAG Ventures and Tenaya Capital which allowed them to further expand their staff and continue growing their customer base.[8] In 2008 Eventbrite exceeded $50 million in annual revenue for the first time ever which led some analysts to speculate that the company might be ready to go public within the next few years.[9] Eventbrite then received another $10 million in venture capital funding from Sequoia Capital which led some analysts to predict that Eventbrite might go public within six months.[10] In 2009 Eventbrite received yet another infusion of venture capital funding when it received $20 million from Sequoia Capital which led many analysts to believe that it was just a matter of time before Eventbrite went public.[11] Then in 2010 Eventbrite received another $180 million investment when it received a third round of venture capital funding which valued the company at approximately $600 million.[12] Finally on November 19th of 2011 Eventbrite completed its initial public offering when it spd 4.4 million shares at $13 each raising approximately $61 million.[13] Since going public Eventbrite has continued growing rapidly and reporting record revenues year after year.[14]

  • Integration of Constant Contact and Eventbrite
  • The integration of Constant Contact and Eventbrite allows for better communication between both companies' customer bases since Eventbrite users can now use Constant Contact's services as well as vice versa. A benefit of this is that both companies now have access to each other's customer bases allowing them both to grow at a faster rate than either one could have grown on its own. Another benefit is that Constant Contact users can use Eventbrite's services without having to pay additional fees unlike other similar services that allow organizers using their services to send out mass emails without having to pay an additional fee.[15] Another benefit is that Eventbrite users can now use Constant Contact's software to send out mass emails which means that they can have all their event information sent directly to their attendees' inboxes rather than having them wait until they arrive at an event before they receive such important information.[16] Finally this integration creates more jobs for employees of both companies since many more employees will be needed at both companies if they are expected to service both companies' customer bases properly.

  • Benefits of Integration of Constant Contact and EventbriteAfter these two companies integrate their services could mean big things for both companies' customer bases since both companies could potentially serve each others' customer bases better than they serve them now that they will have access to each other's tops for managing events or sending out mass emails through Constant Contact or sending out mass emails through Eventbrite without having to pay additional fees like they would if they used other similar services. The integration of these two companies may also help them compete more effectively with other similar services such as www.email-marketing-reports.com which would likely result in lower costs for those who use either one or both of these companies' services now that they will have access to each other's customer bases and tops for managing events or sending out mass emails through Constant Contact or sending out mass emails through Eventbrite without having to pay additional fees like they would if they
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