Ticketfly Integrates Ticket Purchases Directly Into Facebook

Ticketfly Integrates Ticket Purchases Directly Into Facebook
technology

Since we hear more about events from our social networks it makes sense to integrate purchases directly into them thus streamlining the process and increasing sales.

Dylan Schenker
  • 16 december 2011

Increasingly, we are hearing less about ticketed events directly from the source and more often from our social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. There is a lag, then, between how we hear about ticketed events and where we actually purchase tickets from. Due to this lag, the possibility that consumers will forget to purchase tickets increases due to a lack of convenience.

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