Tripleseat launches event lead features for Venues

Customers of Tripleseat have the ability to be a part of the Venues directory by creating a free venue listing and have the option to purchase sponsored listings packages. Photo credit: Tripleseat

Tripleseat introduced the latest features on its Venues by Tripleseat website. Venues is designed for people looking for a venue to host an event and the new updates make it easier and faster for event planners to find exactly what they’re looking for. Some of the new features include: 

  • Top event destinations
  • Visuals of the event space and detailed listings
  • Intelligent search
  • Custom blog posting

“Our goal is to drive leads to our customers with no fees or commissions and these updates will only increase our great performance with Venues,” Tripleseat CEO Jonathan Morse said in a statement. “As the holiday season starts to ramp up, we found this to be the perfect time to introduce new features that will continue to increase sales for our customers.”

Customers of Tripleseat have the ability to be a part of the Venues directory by creating a free venue listing and have the option to purchase sponsored listings packages. By purchasing either the premium listings or the premium plus listings, venues will receive benefits over other competitors, pushing their listing to the top of a search for venues like their own.

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