SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - August 12, 2010) - Eventbrite, the fastest growing social commerce company, today announced the integration of Twitter's New Tweet Button as an essential way for event organizers and attendees to share and spread their Eventbrite experiences. Eventbrite joins a select group of other socially driven companies as a launch partner with Twitter for the new feature.
The Tweet Button enables Eventbrite users and organizers to compose, shorten, and tweet Eventbrite events to their Twitter profiles directly from the event page itself, ensuring that the attendee or organizer doesn't have to leave their Eventbrite page in order to share the event with their followers. With over 25 percent of total tweets containing links, the Tweet Button offers a convenient way for Eventbrite users to publish those links without having to visit other sites to do so.
"Eventbrite is about sharing the live experience, whether it's a yoga workshop, cooking class, music festival, tech conference… you name it. As a launch partner for the Tweet Button, Eventbrite is making it faster and simpler for our event organizers and attendees to share their love for a live event with their social graph," said Kevin Hartz, CEO and Co-Founder of Eventbrite.
Eventbrite powers live experiences for all interests, all over the world, by offering event organizers an easy-to-use, elegant, and simple way to manage, promote and sell out their events. The platform has seen skyrocketing adoption and ticket sales since deeply integrating with social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook. Doing so empowers Eventbrite users to easily share with their friends, families and co-workers what conferences, seminars, festivals and other events they'll be attending.
Get started using Eventbrite for free to power your own event or discover events in your area: www.eventbrite.com.
Eventbrite is the world's largest, fastest growing social commerce company. We empower anyone to host successful live experiences of any type or size by providing an easy way to manage, promote and sell out the event. Eventbrite brings together transactions with social interactions to allow events to live, flourish and take flight anywhere online. Eventbrite is the engine for a new generation of live experiences. Eventbrite is privately held and backed by Sequoia Capital. For more information, go to www.eventbrite.com.
Melissa Biles or Melissa Klein