After you've published your registration event, it's time to start spreading the word! We provide several easy ways to do this. You can copy a link to paste into emails, social spaces, and your website, and you can embed a button or the Ticket selection page into your website with Widgets. Let's take a look at these options. 🔎

Registration link

From any page in your registration event, hover your cursor over the Promote drop-down, and click Promote. The registration link appears in a modal. Click Copy Link, and then paste it into your website, emails, and social media spaces! Remember that you can also enable UTM parameters for ad tracking.

Screenshot showing the promote dropdown expanded and the promote modal.

Click View Registration Page to check it out for yourself. 👍

Embed registration with Widgets

Hover over the Promote button on your Registration event, and click Widgets to get started!

Screenshot of the process just described.

There are two Widgets you can use: a Button Widget, and a Ticket Widget. The Button Widget simply opens your registration event when clicked. The Ticket Widget embeds the Tickets page of the registration flow into your website.

Screenshot showing the registration form embedded in a website.

Button Widget

The Button Widget is simply a button that opens your registration page in a new tab.

Screenshot showing the Button Widget portion of the Widgets page.

The button and text color are customizable to better reflect your event. 🙌 Select the color using the color picker, or enter a specific Hex or RGB color code of your choice.

Ticket Widget

People like to know what's available and how much things cost as early in the buying process as possible. The Ticket Widget lets you show potential registrants all your ticket options and prices right on your website without redirecting them to Webex Events! This can help instill confidence before registering and lead to more registrations.

Screenshot showing the Ticket Widget section of the Widgets page.

When a registrant selects a ticket and clicks Order Now, they're directed to the full registration page on the Webex Events website.

Customize the Order Now button text to anything under 30 characters. If you want to hide the event details at the top of the widget, uncheck the Show Header option.

The theme color you selected on the Appearance page of your Registration event determines the colors in this widget.

Apply widgets to your website

To apply a widget to your website, you'll need to add the widget code to your site's code. The process may vary depending on the way your website is built. If you're using UTM parameters with your widgets, you must update the href URL within the widget so UTM parameters are tracked. Make sure you only put the href URL into your ad provider's URL builder, then paste the appended URL back into the widget code before publishing.

⚠️ Caution! If you make changes to the widget in the Webex Events Platform after you have implemented the widget on your website, you must update the widget code on your website to see the changes.

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