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With the ‘Ticketed Spaces’ feature, hosts on Twitter Spaces will soon be able to make money

For selected iOS users, Twitter has brought out Ticketed Spaces. If you’re curious what it is, it’s a premium audio room. Members of Spaces might charge you a fee to join a private audio space room. This capability is now being tested for some iOS users, according to Twitter. Earlier this month, Twitter released an iOS and Android app that allowed users to check out the ticketed space and Super Followers, as well as discuss their feedback among their followers.

Although, no confirmation has been made yet regarding when the service would be available to Indian users. Users will be able to host unique audio shows including sessions, music concerts, or music performances in the ticketed space, however, users will not be fortunate enough to attend for free. Twitter give gives Creators a great opportunity to make income by charging users to use ticketed space. However, the show’s topic or content, on the other hand, must be engaging.The ticket price might be as cheap as $1 or as expensive as $999, depending on the host.

Within the ticketed space, around 100 individuals can be welcomed. Furthermore, the host can send alerts to participants via push and in-app notifications sent directly to their smartphones. Apart from that, the users can also notify their Twitter followers about their show or concert date or time via their Twitter status.

“We intend to make Twitter not just a fun platform to interact with the audience, but also a site wherein users can earn money by having interesting conversations if you’re just getting started Spaces tickets are available for purchase. Subscriptions can bring in much to 97 percent of revenue for Super Followers. Unless users generate over $50,000 in lifetime income on both products, Twitter won’t collect over 3%. After that, Potential Profits is Twitter’s share increases by 20%,” Twitter wrote in a blog post regarding Ticketed Spaces.

Everyone can participate in Twitter Spaces as currently, this is not a premium service. Presently, the space has been leveraged to host webinars and even music concerts.

Riya

Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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