Picatic Unprecedented Spike in Traffic as Video Goes Viral

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News reporter has a Freudian slip of the tongue while talking about a sausage eating contest and Picatic.com. At the same time, Picatic launches it new website with new lower ticket prices.

A Canadian news reporter* made a blooper reel while discussing a sausage eating contest and was inviting people to get their tickets at http://www.picatic.com. However, she was having problems pronouncing Picatic and instead repeatedly said “Pic-A-Di@K”. The video is highlighted on major video sites around the world, resulting in a viral video and spin-off videos. http://www.picatic.com/blog/?p=621

Two days prior to the blooper video Picatic launched: Picatic Speed. Picatic Speed is our new site that combines the speed of the Chuck Norris’ roundhouse with a specialized ultimate user experience. All the while, simultaneously providing events with promotional steroids.

The Pic-A-Di@k blooper has resulted in an unprecedented spike in traffic. Picatic has never been more grateful for sausage and the word di@K!

Picatic: the re-design is noteworthy, the company has strategically integrated social media so that users are able to distribute their events with thousands of Facebook and Twitter users, which are a key component for sales today. Events can be propelled to millions of potential attendees with the click of one button. Picatic is the ultimate solution when looking to sell, promote, and manage events online. That’s not all. In the midst of a new site, new ticket, and new cartoon, Picatic has also dramatically dropped their ticket prices according to industry standards. Their prices are the lowest in the industry, which provides extreme value to any organizer.

Picatic is an online ticketing company that launched its first site in 2009. It is a Saskatoon; Saskatchewan based company, but is currently running an office out of San Francisco, California. 2012 is a year of great expansion for the company.

If you’d like more information about this topic, the company, or you want to schedule an interview with Jayesh Parmar (San Francisco) 415-670-0436 or Depesh Parmar (Saskatoon) 306-251-0005, or e-mail them at jay(at)picatic(dot)com or depesh@picatic.com.


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