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Twitter Launches Ticketed Spaces On iOS To Monetize Content

Twitter has rolled out the ability for some users to create Ticketed Spaces, referring to the social media giant’s live audio conversation platform, according to a series of tweets.

we know it’s important for people on Spaces to monetize through their content, and have more intimacy with their growing community. that’s why you can now apply to get Ticketed Spaces & Super Follow directly from your profile

— Spaces (@TwitterSpaces) June 22, 2021

The company said in the tweets it’s currently just experimenting on iOS right now, but it plans to introduce the idea to everyone “soon.”

Twitter said it knows people want to be able to keep monetizing through Spaces and their content, so it has allowed users to begin applying to allow Ticketed Spaces and Super Follow applied to their profiles, according to the tweets.

Users have been working on crafting “unique and exclusive” live audio experiences, Twitter said in the tweets, and Ticketed Spaces will offer new ways to be flexible with pricing.

Ticketed Spaces will also let users set the sizes of their spaces and more easily promote them, reminding event attendees that the space is happening through push-app notifications and in-app notifications, according to the tweets. And users will be able to share the details of their space directly to their home timeline.

In July, Twitter began piloting a Shop Module tool, referring to its new in-app shopping tool, which will let users click on and buy items without leaving the social media app. It focuses on viral discussions about for-sale products.

Read more: Twitter Pilots Shop Module In-App Shopping Tool

As of late July, the app was available only for U.S. users, bur the social media giant has said it will soon be available more readily.

“With this pilot, we’ll get to explore how our engaged, responsive and chatty audience reacts to products that are emotionally charged — like a new jersey from your favorite sports team — or that provide lasting impact — like a new skincare regimen,” Twitter Revenue Product Lead Bruce Falck said at the time.

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