Twitter is about to share ad revenue with 'green tick' creator accounts

Not long ago, Twitter made a controversial decision to ask users to pay $ 8 a month to get a green badge next to their account, also known as Twitter Blue. Now, after a few months of the program being launched, Twitter Blue subscribers are about to reap their first “sweet fruit”, as the social networking platform is expected to soon launch a revenue sharing program with them.

In a recent tweet on his personal page, Twitter CEO Elon Musk announced that the company will start sharing advertising revenue with content creator accounts that have a green check, or say the alternative is to have subscribed to the Twitter Blue service.

holder Twitter is about to share ad revenue with 'green tick' creator accounts

So far, little is known about how this ad revenue sharing scheme works. For now, all that’s known is that creators have to pay for a Blue Verified Twitter account to participate, and the subsequent revenue they receive will come from any ads appearing in the ads. account-generated content.

The crux of the matter is that there isn’t any concrete, official information yet on what percentage of ad revenue will be shared by Twitter with creators, nor how users can sign up for the program. submit. Therefore, it is not possible to comment on whether Twitter Blue is an attractive program for content creators on this social networking platform.

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