Twitter is testing a new monetization feature called “Ticketed Spaces” which lets creators sell access to their live audio spaces. In addition to allowing users to purchase tickets for exclusive Spaces, the feature also offers a host dashboard where they can track how many people bought tickets and estimate their earnings masstamilan.
Ticketed Spaces isn’t available to everyone yet, but some hosts will be able to tap into this new revenue stream starting today. If you have over 1,000 followers and are an iOS user, you’ll be able to apply for the feature via the app’s new Monetization tab.
It’s a great way to generate additional income for your podcast or channel. And it can also be a way to attract a broader audience myvuhub.
How Ticketed Spaces Works
To start using the Ticketed Spaces feature, you’ll first need to create a Space. Afterward, you can set the price for your Space (you can choose anywhere from $1 to $999) and limit how many tickets you sell teachertn.
The ticketed Spaces feature also includes push and in-app notifications that remind attendees to buy their tickets. Depending on the popularity of the Space, a creator can earn a lot of money from these advanced ticket sales.
As a bonus, Twitter is also offering a few free tickets to TechCrunch Disrupt 2023. But you’ll need to act fast if you want to get your hands on one of these passes!
You’ll also need to volunteer for the event. We’re looking for people who are passionate about space technology to help with registration, wrangle speakers, direct attendees and scan tickets during the event pagalsongs!
If you’re interested in volunteering, please apply to be a volunteer for the TC Sessions: Space by November 22. If you’re selected, you’ll receive a free pass to Disrupt and a behind-the-scenes look at the production of the event.
Ticketed Spaces on the iPhone
While Ticketed Spaces isn’t as popular or well-known as Facebook’s Facebook Live, it can still be a lucrative way to generate revenue for your brand yareel. You’ll have to be careful with how you use the feature though, because Twitter will take a 3% cut from all ticket sales.