On Tuesday, Twitter payment and commerce platform Chirpify had no shortage of critical developments to boast about.
In addition to landing new financing from the likes of Voyager Capital, the CEOs of HootSuite and BuddyTV, and others in the tech and social media industries, Chirpify also unveiled its new Twitter Commerce for Digital Content platform.
“Twitter is a tremendous platform for brands, retailers, politicians, musicians and others to engage fans, yet with more than 140 million users there’s still no way to directly exchange goods and currency,” said HootSuite CEO Ryan Holmes. “Chirpify provides a unique approach to fill this void by processing transactions without ever having to leave Twitter.”
The Twitter Commerce for Digital Content platform represents a way for musicians to sell and consumers to buy digital content like songs and concert tickets via Twitter.
“Chirpify now makes it possible to sell digital content in-stream on Twitter, enabling musicians and artists to sell direct to their fans and control their own distribution,” said Chirpify CEO and Founder Chris Teso. “People already use Twitter to follow the brands, musicians and others they care about, so why can’t they get the latest product or hot new song right through Twitter? Now they can.”
To learn more about Chirpify’s new solution, click here.