Eventful.com Adds Google Calendar Support

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Eventful.com Adds Google Calendar Support

Eventful.com has added support for the new Google Calendar service to enable users to keep track of events found on the Eventful.com.

Users can now export events to their Google Calendar in the same fashion expoting can be done via Eventful.com to calendars on Yahoo!, Microsoft Outlook and the Rabble social networking service.

From Eventful.com :

The new feature eliminates the need for users to retype event information into their online calendars. It also helps users avoid missing events by integrating the information into the everyday tools they use to manage their time.

“Eventful.com is filled with a tremendous variety of events that make life interesting, wherever you live and whatever you like to do,” said Jordan Glazier, CEO of EVDB, Inc. “With our new calendar feature, our community of users can quickly and easily capture and keep track of all of the events they want to attend.”

And what is Eventful.com?

Eventful.com enables users to discover local happenings anywhere in the world. Users can search by geography, venue, performer, event type, date and other parameters to easily find events of interest. Users can also sign up for alerts to be notified when their favorite performers and events come to town; easily add events to the site for free; and use the site’s “demand” feature to mount grassroots campaigns to attract performers, authors and others to local venues.

Loren Baker
Loren Baker is the Founder of SEJ, an Advisor at Alpha Brand Media and runs Foundation Digital, a digital marketing strategy & development agency.
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  • David Saunders

    I want!!!

    Palm sych with Gmail and my multitude of calendars – it will then be ‘bye ‘bye Outlook and Yahoo! Mail


  • Chris

    Oh no – not another useless idea from Google. The calendar industry has ‘leaders’ already and the calandar companies ain’t going to stand about and let Google wipe them out lol.

    Get a website, wack up a simple calendar script and take on established multi million pound calendar businesses.

    bye bye Google calendar.