Attendees

Attendee Lists

Promoter takes all of the people who have registered for an event and segments them into email lists to send messages to them. Those lists are available by clicking into an event and going to the Audiences tab. Each list for an event is created based on the ticket types that have been set up for the event in WordPress. For example, if there are two ticket types in the event, one called “General Admission” and the other called “VIP Pass” then those will be treated as separate lists in Promote...

Creating a Custom List

But what if I want to promote my events to prospects that have not attended previous events, RSVPed or bought tickets? Good news! You can create custom lists to do just that. Pro tip: custom lists are limited to a total of 2,500 email addresses between all lists. Please contact our Helpdesk (https://support.theeventscalendar.com/)should you require more. Creating a Custom List - Click on the Lists Menu - Click Create Custom List - Choose a name for your custom list (List Title) ...

Adding subscribers

Adding Subscribers Click on the Lists Menu - Import .CSV All you need is a CSV file containing 3 columns: first name | last name | email Only, the email column is mandatory. The first name and last name columns are optional. You can download an example of such a CSV file here (https://s3.theeventscalendar.com/uploads/2019/10/Promotereventimport.csv) Important: custom lists are limited to a total of 2,500 email addresses between all lists. Please contact our Helpdesk (https://su...