At the end of the day it is all about
Better User Experience. Higher Attendance.
as the primary source of truth for their daily plans
Most people use their calendar several times a day and they will always consult it before making any plans.
Monday, Jan. 23
Folks, there is a great concert second weekend of February. Do you have time?
I don't know. I have to check my calendar.
An event has to be on my calendar. If it is not there the event almost does not exist on my mind when I navigate through the day.
Brian Sentner, Personal Coach and Junior Soccer Team Trainer
Convenience and simplicity are strong drivers to spark action among users. This is also true for getting your next event on your customers' calendars.
It simply works!
Whether you booked a flight with Lufthansa™, registered for a webinar on GoToWebinar™ or just bought a ticket for a live concert from Eventbrite™ - many great companies use add-to-calendar technology as an added convenience in addition and as part of their core service.
Many of the world's most innovative companies also use add-to-calendar options for new customers. The low-effort simplicity helps convert an interested person to an existing customer or event attendee.
Surprisingly simple to use, we use it on most bigger invite lists even before registration is required.
Kirsten W. - Conference Manager
EventFellows has become a part in most of our event marketing strategies - for early save-the-date announcements it is a given.
Mario, Marketing Associate
Event attendees love the convenience, event managers fall for the early transparency about user interest.
Tom A., Online Marketing Consultant
In case the question on your mind is not answered here, please do not hesitate getting in contact with us.
Yes. You can create a test event here. It has limited functionality but you can see how it works in general. Please be aware that test events are only published for a limited amount of time and should never be used to communicate an event to your audience.
There are no long-term contracts. You can upgrade, downgrade or cancel your subscription at any time without any cancellation period in your account dashboard. You can continue to use your account until the end of the period you have paid for.
Not many - it is really simple. You must be able to use a link in your communication (e.g. like www.eventfellows.com/events/your-event-id). And you must have access to the internet. That's it.
Probably "Yes". Almost all types of events benefit from add-to-calendar options but events are so different in nature that there is no one-size-fits-all answer. We can help you estimate your use case based on past experience. Or you simply give it a try with the Forever Free Plan and see for yourself. There is nothing to lose.
Don't worry, that rarely happens. But if it does, we have a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee and an Upside Only Guarantee. Also, EventFellows follows a strict 'no benefit - no cost' approach.
That means: if you share your event with 1 million people and only a handful of people use the add-to-calendar options your account gets charged for 5 users.
Just drop us an email and we are happy to help. We have listed our contact options for you on our contact page. Please allow up to 2 business days for us to get back (usually we are much faster).
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EventFellows is a Consulting and Software Company specialized in conversion optimization for event marketing and event communication for corporate and professional events of all sizes. We come from a business background and focus on measures with high return-on-investment (ROI) and/or high return-on-effort (your time invested) primarily for event managers, agencies and business owners. Our EventFellows.com 'Add-to-Calendar' service has been developed with and based on customer insights. It focuses on a strong need to reduce friction in most marketing and conversion funnels in the pre-event phase starting as early as the first save-the-date. After seeing dramatic impacts across different event types we have since opened it up to the public to also allow engaged individuals, social groups and others to utilize its potential.