When you produce great events, your data is the heart of what your organization does.
Studying customer trends and building marketing campaigns based on successful sales patterns can be one of your most reliable tools for making each event better than the last.
We know how much you love your data, so we’ve made it even easier to check in on your ticket sales with two major updates to the ShowClix Admin. Our Dashboard has a slick new coat of paint with a few new helpful features, and we’ve finally brought the concept of real time data analysis to the Admin with the new desktop version of our analytics app, Live.
A revised Dashboard.
The Dashboard is always the first place you visit when you log in to ShowClix, and now we’ve made it more useful than ever. The previous version displayed a steady two-week snapshot. With our latest update, however, you can adjust your date range to study trends over a longer period of time or drill down into the sales from just the last week.
You’ll also be able to view new metrics from the dashboard, such as the conversion rate of visitors to customers on your event pages. The other update to your all-in-one Dashboard is the way we present your upcoming events. Quickly access essential tools like the View Listing link or the Guest List, while you’ll be able to glance at the sales trends with a helpful graph in the background of each event.
Live comes to the Admin.
By now, you’ve probably had a chance to play with our analytics app, Live. The app lets you watch ticket sales in real time from your smartphone and makes it easy to keep your data in your pocket, even on the busiest days.
We decided to migrate that clean, real time data experience to the Admin, allowing you to set up a dedicated monitor to keep an eye on your ticket sales. You can even plug in to your office flat-screen for a major on sale and watch your numbers grow as customers rush to snag their tickets.
Just click the Live section in the Admin, select your events, and Live will automatically populate with your data, updating everything as sales happen.