Eventful is an online calendar and events discovery service.
Eventful Demand allows users to announce an event or performance they would like to see locally, and then do a campaign to get other people to join them. Event organizers use Eventful’s statistics to gauge interest in holding an event in a specific location. Users search for and track upcoming entertainment events in their using the platform.
Eventful is open for users across the world. The users search for events from the site by entering details such as time, location, performer, and descriptive keyword. By the use of smart calendars, users can get automatically notified when events matching search criteria are added or when existing functions are modified.
Eventful has a powerful personalization algorithm. When users log in to the site, they can easily pull in their iTunes, Spotify, and Last.fm data along with social media (Facebook) interests. With such an algorithm it becomes easy for users to get music
Eventful was founded as EVDB Inc.
a public beta test under the name EVDB.com was launched and later changed its name to Eventful.com in September 2005.
Eventful was being used in campaigns during the 2008 presidential election.
Eventful was used to gather votes deciding where the film Paranormal Activity would be screened next.
Eventful had over 20 million users.
Eventful was acquired by CBS Corporation.
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