Starting Friday, share of the revenue from ads that appear in reply threads to content producers’ tweets will be distributed. Musk said the user must be signed up for the blue check mark.
Elon Musk, CEO of Twitter, said today, Friday, that the social media platform will start sharing advertising revenue with some content producers.
Starting on Friday, shares of the revenue from ads that appear in the response threads of content producers’ tweets will be distributed. Musk said the user must be signed up for the blue check mark.
Musk did not provide details about the percentage of revenue that users will receive.
Days after taking charge of the company, Musk said Twitter had seen a massive drop in revenue and blamed activist groups for putting pressure on advertisers.
Musk focused on lowering costs and introducing new plans for subscribing to the Twitter Blue service, which offers the required “verified” badge.