All old verified accounts on Twitter will be blue ticked, Elon Musk announced
Ad revenue from ads that appear in creators' reply threads will now be shared with Twitter creators. Elon Musk explained that in order to be eligible, creators' accounts must be subscribed to Twitter Blue Verified.
This is great news for those who have legacy verified accounts on Twitter. In fact, Twitter owner Elon Musk has announced that all legacy verified accounts will soon lose their Blue Badges. Let us tell you that in December last year, Twitter restarted its Blue subscription service with verification.
Subscription to Twitter Blue is $8 for Android users and $11 for iPhone users per month. Elon Musk now tweeted, "Twitter's Blue Verified process will begin again. Accounts that are corrupt will be removed." While users reacted sharply to his announcement. Another user posted, Getting paid to verify and the whole process was politicised. At the same time, its Musk has announced that Twitter will start giving ad revenue to the creators. Ad revenue from ads that appear in creators' reply threads will now be shared with Twitter creators. Elon Musk explained that in order to be eligible, creators' accounts must be subscribed to Twitter Blue Verified.
The new Twitter owner announced that in a few months, we would be removing all legacy blue checks. The micro-blogging platform has expanded its BlueService subscription service to 6 more countries. The Twitter Blue service is now available in Saudi Arabia, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Spain. In addition, the company is introducing a new Spaces tab featuring podcasts and curated stations for live and recorded Spaces.
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