TWITTER INTRODUCES MONETIZATION OF TWEETS
Good morning dear readers of Tecnogalaxy, today we will talk about the subscribers to Twitter Blue that can now monetize their tweets.
Twitter Blue users who thought 4,000 characters was not enough for a single tweet can now invent tweets up to 10,000 characters long. What has just been revealed by the Twitter Write account, this update also allows you to improve the text in a tweet with bold and italic formatting. Plus, you might be able to make some money off your long tweets.
In a tweet (which thankfully wasn’t 10,000 characters long), Twitter Write said, “We’re making improvements to the writing and reading experience! Starting today, Twitter supports long tweets of up to 10,000 characters, with bold characters and italic text formatting. Sign up for Twitter Blue to access these new features and request subscription enabled on your account to earn revenue directly on Twitter. Tap “Monetization” in the settings to apply today.” The switch to 10,000 characters represents a significant increase over the previous limit of 4,000 characters for Twitter Blue subscribers and a huge leap compared to 280 characters reserved for normal social users. Allowing bold and italic formatting is a further change designed to further distinguish Twitter Blue tweets from those of your average user.
THE ECONOMIC GROWTH PLAN
With Twitter struggling to recover financially, owner Elon Musk tried to convince more people to join Twitter Blue, which currently costs $8 a month or $84 a year. In addition to the ability to compose long tweets, Blue subscribers can edit or cancel recent tweets, add bookmarks and organize tweets, upload long videos and apply themes to their pages. But Musk still faces a tough battle generating enough revenue to repay the company’s huge debt, especially by relying on Blue subscriptions.
The tweet announcing the switch to 10,000 characters and improved formatting led to some irreverent comments from Musk’s social users. “Bold and italic for $8 per month? A nice package!” wrote a user. “Eh joy, tweets even longer to never read and block right away” wrote another. “Do you want writers to pay you to write lyrics on your platform?” several people wrote below Elon Musk’s post.
HOW MUSK TRIES TO LAUNCH TWITTER BLUE
With many people opposing the idea of shelling out money to use Twitter Blue, social administrators are trying to sweeten the deal by pushing subscribers to get paid for their long tweets. In Settings for Twitter Blue users there is an option called Monetization, which offers bonus content for your most involved followers. This monetization scheme suggests offering your favorite followers something more in exchange for paying a certain amount.
In the Monetization section in Settings, Twitter imagines that a Blue user who charges $4.99 per month per user for bonus content can earn from $300 per month to more than $3,000 per month. Obviously, your bonus content should be attractive enough to convince enough people to pay for access. To qualify for this plan, Twitter Blue users must have at least 500 followers, have been active on Twitter in the last 30 days, and be at least 18 years old.
That’s all for now about Elon Musk’s Twitter revolutions, which added the possibility of earning from posts by paying a subscription that allows you to write long tweets in which you can write up to 10,000 characters and use different formats, to a future article.
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