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Ticket Tailor is an online ticketing platform with no per-ticket fees. Instead it's a monthly fee from just $25 (or £15) / month (and I'm the founder). It's really easy to use, you can embed your box office in to your website, and it works with PayPal and/or Stripe for taking payments so you get ...

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What you want to do is create a relationship with that new potential customer. People can only oo and ah for so long, so what you want to do is create a compelling offer to bring them in. This is why candy and treats often work. Whatever it is, make it instantly satisfying and memorable (homemade...

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Try an infographic but if budget/skillset doesn't allow use a word doc and create a pdf. Whatever you do keep it short and sweet and a better suggestion is to use the body of an email for the actual pitch and the attachment/one pager or close too with supplemental info. No one likes reading and...

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A PR Agency will (should) price this based on value to the client. You would be wise to do the same and avoid the hourly-rate blackhole. Work with your client to determine the value of the deliverable to them, and price accordingly. Internally, you should now how much you want to earn per hour,...

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I work closely with an events agency in the UK, and have helped them manage the digital side of some massive events for clients like Samsung and Oracle. I'm also an official TEDx organizer, so I know a bit about the non-digital side as well. I've not come across many social media accounts or bl...

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I was an agent for 20 years in the Entertainment Business and the standard commission that agencies charge their clients is 10% of gross income. There are however, a few modifications, amendments and prenegotiated terms that involve bifurcation of representation and packaging fees. Happy to dis...

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