We’ve been leading the way in building cool social products to help people get the most out of live events. So we’re excited about our latest social product, Ticketmaster’s Ticketing App on Facebook. We’re still blushing, as Tech Crunch deemed our app as most impressive of the night during a Facebook event earlier this year. Even our friends at Facebook are talking about us. The app is another option for you to learn about upcoming shows and purchase tickets on Facebook, where you are already spending time (it’s OK, we spend a lot of time on Facebook too).
One of the coolest features in this new product is that the store will recommend upcoming shows to you based on what you listen to through online music services – like Spotify, Rdio, iHeartRadio and others. We’re tapping into the Open Graph to make your experiences all about you. So log in, ...
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We’ve just launched our Ticketmaster app for iPhone®! You can download the free app from the: App Store. This app will let you browse events and purchase tickets in real time from wherever you are. If you have your iPhone location services turned on, you can choose to have the app suggest upcoming local shows. It scans your library of music and makes recommendations based on relevant shows in your area. You can further personalize by using more than 40 filters.
We’ll be making a bunch of enhancements to it over the coming year, but we wanted to get the first version into your hands as soon as possible, because we know how much you love live events! There’s much more to come, so let us know what you think so far, we want your feedback so we can build the best experience for ...
We’re happy to announce that you can now choose your exact seats for most Major League Baseball games on Ticketmaster.com. We’ve added our new Interactive Seat Maps to America’s favorite pastime!
Due to the size of these stadiums (usually around 50,000 seats), this was no small undertaking--but well worth the effort. As you can see by the examples below, there’s now no better to way to find the best seats you want at most of our MLB clients' ballparks. Check it out and as always, let us know what you think.
Yankees vs. Red Sox Dodgers vs. Giants Angels vs. Rangers Braves vs. ...
Back in November we announced our new Facebook integration on Ticketmaster.com and Livenation.com and we're excited to share a quick update on how it's driving great engagement on our sites and more importantly, driving incremental ticket sales on behalf of our clients. Each day we are getting thousands of RSVPs (people hitting the 'attending' button), 'likes' from artist and venue pages, and 'recommends' on our event pages.
To date, the traffic and sales that those drive make each RSVP worth over $5 in sales for our clients. Each Like or Recommend is worth just under $3. And those numbers don't count engagement and sales driven through the modules on our site, or someone being made aware of a show coming to town by seeing a story in their newsfeed and then coming back and buying tickets later.
Here are a few examples:
Artist/Team/Show pages with good ‘Like’ activity and recent ...
We want to hear from you and so do other fans! Since we launched fan reviews on Ticketmaster.com in July 2009, armies of enthusiastic fans of all kinds of events have been busy writing, rating, and reading. As of this post, we’ve counted more than 1 million reviews in the US and Canada for 4,500 artists, teams, and shows!
How did we surpass 1 million? Every day we email thousands of post-event review invitations to ticket buyers. In return, we’ve received an amazing response from fans eager to report on their live show experiences for fellow fans.
As we work to develop what’s next in social commerce and community building for our site, we’re thrilled that reviews are becoming a useful decision tool for fans, with go-to content that captures the unequaled experience of a live show or game. One of our favorite examples is a Disney On Ice recap ...