• With a complete profile, you can be featured on Eventbrite’s homepage, app, and social media promotion.
• An algorithm decides what events to feature, so Eventbrite doesn't pick your event specifically. However, a high-quality organiser profile increases your odds.
• Eventbrite will only email followers when you publish public events—not for private or invite-only events.
• Eventbrite doesn't give out followers’ personal information, like names and email addresses.
• You can’t disable the follow feature on your organiser profile.
• You must add an organiser name to your profile to enable the follower feature.
The higher quality your organiser profile is, the more followers and registrations you’ll get. To attract more followers, an organiser profile should:
1. Provide an interesting overview of your events.
2. Present you as a trustworthy event creator, so that people can invest their time and money with confidence.
To get there:
• Add an organiser name to enable the follow feature.
• Add an image. It could be your logo or an image that illustrates your event or creates interest. Eventbrite may prompt people to follow your profile using only your organiser name and image.
• Link to your website and social media. The more you share about yourself, the more confident attendees will be in your events. As a bonus, you could get more followers on social media.
• Add a description to the “About this Organiser” section. Tell people what you do and why it matters.