1. Eventzilla.net (Accept RSVPs & paypal payments)
Whether you are hosting a Yoga class for 10 people or a music concert for 100,000 people, Eventzilla can help you with professional online event registration and ticketing website in less than 5 minutes. Event attendees can register online and make secure online payments.
Free events – no fee
Paid events – it costs $1 per attendee only when you make a sale. (Supports 24 world currencies see details)
Sign up a for a 60-day free trial at http://www.eventzilla.net today
2. Twitter.com ( hash tags for event keywords)
A few weeks before the event, start tweeting about the event using the #hashtag you want to use.
Your event name: Tech Conference 2011
Start using #techconference in your tweets.
3. DimDim.com ( For hosting Webinars)
Dimdim Webinar lets anyone easily host webinars with up to 1000 attendees using just their web browser. Guests do not install software to join, see, hear or participate in your presentations. It’s so easy to use.
DimDim webinar account plans (Plans start at $25 per month, 30 day free trial available)
4. MailChimp.com (Email Marketing for Events)
MailChimp makes it easy to design and send beautiful emails, manage your subscribers and track your campaign’s performance. MailChimp tracks everything for you. Opens, clicks, bounces and forwarded campaigns.
Mailchimp pricing options (Free up to 1000 subscribers, Plans start at $9 per month)
5. Zoho.com (Online spreadsheets for Events)
A centralized collection of tons of free spreadsheets, presentation tools, management software and much, much more. There is even a new section of apps for your small business needs. Everything you could possibly need for operating a more productive business.
6. Blinksale.com (Invoicing application)
Blinksale is perfect for anyone who needs to invoice clients for services or products sold. Blinksale invoices are typically sent via email. You may also print and snail-mail your invoices if that’s your thing.
Blinksale.com (Plans start at $6/month)