We are thrilled to announce that Twitter will be sharing ad revenue with Twitter Blue Verified Creators!

by | Feb 5, 2023

Elon Musk, owner and CEO of Twitter, is delighted to announce that starting today, Twitter will be rewarding creators by sharing ad revenue with them! This generous new policy is applicable to ads that appear in a creator’s reply threads. It’s an effort to make Twitter the most rewarding social platform for creators, especially after YouTube launched ad revenue sharing through the YouTube Partner Program.

Which social media has the best monetization options?

Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat have awesome monetization options for content creators who upload reels and videos. Take Instagram’s Reels Play Bonus Program, for example, which offers eligible creators up to a whopping $1,200 for Reel views. But wait, there’s more! If you’re a creator on Twitter, you can get even more monetary benefits with Twitter Blue. Just make sure you have an active subscription and meet the eligibility requirements for the Blue Verified checkmark.

Do the prices vary according to the location?

For creators who want to enjoy their ad revenue share, Twitter Blue provides an amazing opportunity with its varying prices according to the location. It’s available in US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, UK, Saudi Arabia, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Spain. And with an active Twitter Blue subscription, one can also get an exclusive chance to apply for the much-coveted Twitter Blue Verified checkmark – provided they meet the criteria. So don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to make the most of your ad revenue share for just $8 a month!

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Who is eligible for verification?

You must have an active account with a visible display name, profile photo and confirmed phone number, which must be more than 90 days old and have been used in the last 30 days. Be aware that any changes to your account’s username, display name or profile photo could affect your eligibility for verification; if you modify any of these after verification, you may temporarily lose your blue checkmark until Twitter reviews your new information. It’s essential that your account does not appear to be misleading or deceptive.

Yay! Did you get the Blue Verified checkmark before you subscribed to Twitter Blue? 

That’s great news for creators who are looking to grab a piece of the ad revenue. The legacy Blue Verified checkmark won’t be enough for them to get a share of the ad revenue, however! When asked about accounts with a legacy and Twitter Blue Verified checkmark, Musk tweeted that the legacy Blue Verified will fade away in just a few months. How exciting!

Twitter reserves the right to strip a checkmark from any account at any time!

It is important to understand that Twitter reserves the right to strip a checkmark from any account at any time. Twitter Dev has announced that the Twitter API is no longer free, in an effort to decrease the bot population on the platform. There are some speculations that this change may lead to a drop in Twitter advertising revenue; however, the Wall Street Journal reported that Elon Musk will provide an extraordinary Super Bowl offer to lure back advertisers.

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Source: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/twitter-ad-revenue-sharing/478519/

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