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Events

 

If you go here and click the Events button, you'll be able to see the first public version of 247Toolset's Event Calendar.

I've got more work to do on it, and some tweaks, but it works fine. And from the demos that I've been doing, the calendar and its RSVP system are moving sales forward at a strong clip. I had two sales yesterday, and I think in the next month I'll average one sale a day, which is almost enough to make this my full-time job. When I finish the work on the calendar and implement the email newsletter functionality, I suspect I'll have driven enough value into the platform to make that happen.

April is when I'll work on the payment processor (credit card, PayPal, Dwolla, and manual entry) and incorporate that with the calendar, which will give it the ability to handle tickets. It will allow the administrator to create multiple options for each event - such as attending the seminar ($100), or attending the seminar and the dinner ($150).

End of May is when I hope to the tiered options for events up and running.

And June is when I begin writing the donations / fundraising module. One non-profit and one politician that own 247Toolset have indicated that they want input into the development of that piece. Sat and talked with one of them yesterday for about an hour. I have a pretty good idea of what I need to provide.

All of that functionality for $19.95 a month. I just need to keep driving value into it.

 


by Brett Rogers, 3/15/2011 6:56:15 AM
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