According to Twitter CEO Elon Musk, the microblogging service is “spinning up subscriptions” so that users can “charge” their followers for particular content.
When a user made a lengthy tweet using the new Blue function, which lets users make tweets with up to 4,000 characters.
Musk reacted: “Useful long tweet You will be able to post any kind of content on Twitter with the future update in much longer messages with straightforward formatting.”
We’re also setting up subscriptions, which will allow you to charge users for content and let them easily and quickly make payments with just one click.
The comments on Musk’s article were plentiful.
A user questioned, “Charging to view a tweet? Or paywall?” another remarked, “Great thought. Now, a writer can post his entire book on Twitter, perhaps chapter by chapter. The first few tweets should be free, and the remainder should be compensated.
Users will have a fantastic opportunity to make money from their followers on the microblogging platform thanks to the impending feature.
After March 20, the microblogging site will stop allowing non-Twitter Blue users to use text messages for two-factor authentication (2FA). This was disclosed last week.
In India, Twitter earlier this month announced that its Blue service with verification would cost Rs 650 a month on the web and Rs 900 on Android and iOS mobile devices.
Also, Blue US users can write lengthy tweets with up to 4,000 characters. Moreover, 50% less advertising will appear in users’ home timelines when using Blue.