First things first, if you don't already have one, you'll need a user account. You can sign up using our signup page.
When you first sign up, you'll be presented with a series of steps that will guide you through creating your first event.
At this point, you only need to decide what to name things.
There are two things to name: Your first account and your first event.
Your first account
All events belong to an account. An account can be personal to you, or it can be your business. It can be a conference, or an artist. Basically, it's the primary item that events will be grouped under.
If, for example, you have a conference called "UltimateConf", then it would make sense to name your account "UltimateConf". All "UltimateConf" events would then show up under the following URL: https://ti.to/ultimateconf.
The main benefit of an account is that you can run multiple events and only add billing details, team members and payment options once.
It doesn't really matter what your account is called, and you can change it later.
Your first event
A Name is the only piece of info you need to create an event. Everything else can be added later. Once you add your event, you'll be presented with a Quick Setup, and the main Tito event management interface.
For UltimateConf, you could enter the title "UltimateConf 2013", and change the URL to just "2013".
At this point, you have everything you need to share your new event using the URL https://ti.to/ultimateconf/2013. If you share that URL, people will be presented with a "Register Interest" form, where they can leave their name and email address. This is all you need to do if you haven't decided any of the details of your event and you just want a quick, easy way to have people sign up to your mailing list.
Now you have an abundance of choices.
If you want to change the content of your homepage, head over to Customize your event. If you want to make tickets available straight away, head to the Tickets section. If you'll be charging money for tickets, you'll want to add Payment Options.