Each month TicketForce hosts #TicketChat, a discussion on the latest trends and topics in ticketing. This month we will be discussing how using social media can help you sell more tickets.
To participate in #TicketChat, all you need is a LinkedIn account. Once you login, you can search the group “#TicketChat” and begin discussing! We will post new questions throughout the month, so be sure to check back often. Continue reading
If you’ve joined us in the past for #TicketChat, you know that it is our monthly discussion on ticketing topics and trends. We discuss a certain topic each month with other industry professionals and we’d love to hear your thoughts as well.
This month we will discuss, “How do you use analytics to improve your organization?” Click here to share your thoughts and opinions at #TicketChat.
This month we began our very first #TicketChat discussion on LinkedIn. We decided to move #TicketChat to a LinkedIn discussion since many participants were unable to share their opinions at our previously one-hour Twitter chat.
Throughout the month of December, #TicketChat has been an ongoing discussion and we are very pleased with the turnout so far. This month’s conversation has revolved around the question, “What makes a customer want to purchase a ticket?” Below is a recap of a few of the answers we’ve received. Do you have something you’d like to share? It’s not too late – click here to participate!
Today we held our monthly #ticketchat where we discussed mobile ticketing. We were happy with the turnout and were excited to have some new participants.
Our first question during #ticketchat was, “Is your ticketing site mobile? If so, is it an app or a true mobile site?”
@TicketForceSB: TicketForce is a true mobile site. Nothing more irritating then going to a website that isn’t mobile optimized
@FaddenPaul: happy to report Yes . Our customers are benefitting as a result
Every week, TicketForce brings you news on one of four topics: music, theatre, sports and racing. This week’s #musicwrap features the unveiling of a new and improved iTunes. Although most of the talk surrounding Apple this week was about the new iPhone 5, Apple also introduced a new iPod Touch and iPod nano – but we think the new version of iTunes is even more exciting.
iTunes, the media management software for Apple products, has integrated its seamless iCloud into iTunes, making it easier than ever to share music among devices. All media, whether music or videos, purchased in iTunes will now be stored in iCloud, making it easily accessible from all devices.