Yes, it’s Twitter who’s taking a samey-named page out of YouTube’s book by introducing subscription monetization for U.S.-based creators who are at least 18 years old, have 10,000+ followers, and have tweeted at least 25 times in the last 30 days.
- Twitter Users Have Paid Creators Just $6,000 Via 2-Week-Old ‘Super Follows’ Feature
Twitter’s Letting Creators Make Money Off Tweets—If They Have 10,000 Followers
Twitter Is Starting To Roll Out Monetization For Its Clubhouse Clone ‘Spaces’
Twitter is beginning to monetize its Clubhouse clone Spaces, by rolling out Ticketed Spaces to select users on iOS.
Twitter’s Asking Users To Report COVID, Election Misinformation In New Test
“We’re assessing if this is an effective approach so we’re starting small,” Twitter tweeted. “We may not take action on and cannot respond to each report in the experiment, but your input will help us identify trends so that we can improve the speed and scale of our broader misinformation work.”
- Twitter Brought In More Than $1 Billion Last Quarter With Ad Sales Alone
- Twitter Axes Fleets, Making More Room For Clubhouse Copycat Spaces
- Twitter To Let Creators Keep 97% Of Revenues From Super Follows, Ticketed Spaces — Until They Surpass $50,000
- Insights: Twitter Finally Gives Us What We Always Wanted, For A Price
- Twitter’s Subscription Service Paywalls ‘Undo Tweet’ Button, Bookmark Organization
- Twitter Testing Fullscreen, Vertical Ads Within Its Stories-Like ‘Fleets’ Feature
- Twitter Reopens Verification Program After Three-Year Pause, Will Add ‘About’ Tab To Profiles
- Twitter Will Now Enable Select Creators, Journalists, And Nonprofits To Accept Tips