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September 29. 2016 11:47AM

NH365.org has exciting news to report, we are partnering with SpinGo, a network of more than 5,500 event calendars and apps,beginning on Sept. 30.

What NH365.org has done in the Granite State, SpinGo does nationally with more than 1,000 publishers contributing to a single, well-curated, shared database of upcoming events.

NH365 users will love SpinGo, it offers a world of exciting new features and convenience, a mobile-friendly design, and greater interoperability with any iCalendar-capable application, such as Outlook and Google Calendar.

List your event on a network of more than 5,500 event calendars and apps. Be displayed on major news sites, entertainment sections, sites related to your event theme, and city collectives — each website has its own built-in following. And even though these audiences are unique, they all have one thing in common:  your event is displayed in front of users right when they’re actively seeking new and interesting things to do.

Have an upcoming event? With SpinGo, you don’t just have the ability to sell tickets. You can manage your entire event — including schedules, volunteers, guests, panelists, venues, and more — all from one place. These tools work with events of all types to help promoters stage a success.

Build engagement for your event, find new audiences, and reach attendees where they hang out online. With SpinGo, you can create ad campaigns that target audiences on major news and media sites, online event calendars, sites related to your event theme, Facebook, Instagram, Google, Bing, and more.

There isn't one.  It's still free, it's just better.  All existing NH365 events have been migrated to the new platform, but you'll need to create a Spingo account to post and promote your future events.  You can create an account here or post an event here.

Thank you for your continued support of nh365 events calendar initiative.


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