Twitter will soon be launching a new service called Ticketed Spaces, a music streaming service similar to Spotify that allows users to set reminders and schedule their listening to certain songs and artists. The new service will be available to everyone, regardless of what operating system they are using, and Twitter will take a small cut of the earnings of creators through the service.
Ticketed Spaces will be available to all iOS users
Twitter announced last May that it will soon be introducing a new feature called “Ticketed Spaces”. The new feature will allow users to earn money for hosting customizable live audio experiences, akin to the Clubhouse clone.
Ticketed Spaces will allow creators to sell tickets to their live events, meet and greets, and workshops. The feature will be available to all iOS users in the US, and to Android users globally. But before you can start selling tickets to your event, you need to qualify to host a Space. You must have at least 1,000 followers, and three Spaces in the past 30 days.
You’ll have to pay a small fee to join a Space. However, the Space will keep you informed about events, and you’ll be able to promote the Spaces to your followers. There is no limit on how many Spaces you can host.
To qualify to host a Ticketed Space, you must be at least 18. Once you’re ready to launch your first Space, you’ll need to apply to be part of a test group.
Ticketed Spaces will allow users to schedule and set reminders about Spaces they don’t want to miss
Ticketed Spaces are a relatively new feature on the social networking site. The feature will enable you to charge a fee for attendees to join you in your virtual octave. You will be able to set a price range for tickets and the number of tickets to sell.
Ticketed Spaces is just one of the new features Twitter is rolling out. It will be available to a select group of users in the coming months. Other features include a revamped and improved live captioning system. In addition, Twitter will introduce traditional ways to generate revenue from live events, such as the aforementioned tickets and donations.
To start out, you’ll need to have at least 1,000 followers. To find out if you qualify for this new program, you’ll need to apply via the Twitter website. Once you have been approved, you’ll be given a unique verification code. Using this code, you’ll be able to join the Spaces of your choice.
Ticketed Spaces will be a competitor to Spotify
Twitter has just released a new ticketing service, Ticketed Spaces. The platform will allow users to set a ticket price between $1 and $999. Ticketed Spaces is competing with Facebook Live Audio Rooms and Spotify’s Greenroom. However, Ticketed Spaces only works in the U.S.
Ticketed Spaces is an app available on iOS and Android. It will feature an interactive quest system and Soundtrap beat maker stations. Users will also be able to access exclusive content and rack up points on a leaderboard. They can also exchange their tokens for virtual merch.
Twitter Ticketed Spaces will only work for users with over 18 years of age. To participate, they’ll need to have at least three Spaces hosted. A ticket price can be set between $1 and $999, and attendees are notified by in-app notifications.
While Ticketed Spaces is not an official Spotify product, it’s not a bad idea. For one thing, it offers a similar experience to Ticketmaster’s Streams, which lets users purchase tickets from within the app. If Ticketed Spaces can offer similar features, it could be a competitive player for musicians looking to handle their private audio concerts.
Twitter will take a small cut of creators’ earnings from Ticketed Spaces
Twitter announced plans to begin taking a small cut of creators’ earnings from its new Ticketed Spaces feature. The new feature, which will be available to select Twitter users, allows hosts to set their own ticket price. They will also earn a percentage of the sales.
Twitter’s new Ticketed Spaces will allow creators to sell tickets to their live events and audio chat rooms. Users can charge $1 to $999 per ticket. To apply, creators must have at least 1,000 followers and have hosted three spaces in the past 30 days.
For the first few weeks, Ticketed Spaces will only be available to a small group of Twitter users. However, the feature is set to expand in the coming weeks. It will be available to US users first. After that, other regions will follow.
In order to host a Ticketed Space, a user must be 18 years old and have at least 1,000 followers on Twitter. Those who do not meet those qualifications will be able to apply to host the new feature, but will not be able to receive the revenue.