Connecting Eventbrite automatically imports and regularly updates your customer data in Hive. This will let you dig deeper into who your customers are and send them well-targeted email marketing campaigns. 

Enable the Eventbrite Integration

In your Hive account, click Settings in the bottom left corner > Connect Data Sources

Click Connect under Eventbrite. 

That’s it! You’re connected. We’ll import your contacts from Eventbrite, add them to your Contact List, and consistently update them when there are new interactions with your events. You'll be able to see the full list under Eventbrite Segments on the Segments page.

Find your Eventbrite attendee data

To see data from your Eventbrite customers in Hive, click Contacts in the left sidebar > Contact List > View all filters (in the top left). 

From here, you can navigate to the Third Party Data filters > Eventbrite.

Filter on any of the above options to see your highest spenders, new customers, and more. Get insights on the demographics and locations of your purchasers by clicking View As Demographics or Map in the top right corner of your contact list.

Create segments based on purchase history

To create a segment, visit your Contact List, apply any combination of filters and click Segment in the top right corner.

You can create segments on any attribute you can filter on, including artist, genre, venue, and event type. 

Here's more information on segments: What are segments?

Send email campaigns

Using Hive's advanced data on your attendees, you can send email campaigns to powerful segments.

Here's a step-by-step guide to sending an email in Hive: How do I send an email?

Automate emails based on attendee data

To create a new email automation, click Email Journey in the left sidebar > + New Email Journey

Choose the event you want to trigger an email on, the timing of the email, and the email template to send.

Tip: If you haven’t created a template, create a new one or edit a default template by clicking Templates in the left sidebar.

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