Posting events is fast and easy with our simple events form.

To ensure reliable event data, we require every event includes a title, description, location, date, and time anwhile other fields such as an image, price, link (to buy tickets, etc) are optional.

To get started, simply...

  1. Go to Events

  2. Select Add Event (or click "New Event" in the quick access bar)

Adding Your Event

  1. Set The Type of Event - Event, Class, Meeting, Deadline.

  2. Image or Media - Every post should have an image (Add Image). You can either Upload a new image or Browse images already uploaded. It's completely acceptable to reuse images in multiple ways... just make sure the image is relevant.

  3. Title - This is critical for readership, social media engagement, and even SEO. Keep it clear and simple but include enough that people know what it's about and include keywords or phrases that will resonate with your audience.

  4. Description - This is the guts of the post. It doesn't have to be long, it can include a lot of bullet points. Use this area to tell folks about the event and any pertinent details.

  5. Time & Date - Set the date of the event as well as start and end time.

  6. Repetition - If this is a recurring event, you have the option to set the schedule to Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or Yearly.

  7. Location - You can set the location of the event - it will default to your business's location, but you can adjust this if needed - including making it virtual.

  8. Advanced - Every post type enables you to customize certain aspects. We recommend you set the OG Image and Description in the advanced settings to improve sharing to social media. You can add other optional data such as the price or an external URL that folks can go to for more information.

  9. Save Draft - You can also save drafts to complete later.

When published, your event will appear in a mobile and search-optimized way.

Pro-Tip: Create recurring events and clone similar events to save time.

Learn more about the Calendar Features Here

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