Twitter Subs Off to a Hilarious Start

in #leofinance3 months ago


The subscriptions for Twitter have already caused a lot of laughs after people made attention-grabbing tweets after setting up accounts to be verified that impersonated official companies and individuals.

This was always going to be an issue in sorting out the fakes from those who need to be verified, and as Musk tries different things to see what works we are also told that bankruptcy isn't off the table either.

Many might wonder then why did he buy this swamp in the first place? Bit of a waste of money if you ask me.

Will we see a successful comeback? The idea is obviously attractive to some who are willing to pay for the feature.

a chance to monetize content on Twitter?

Despite the users who are staying and interested, many others have left and businesses are leaving as well as halting advertising dollars with Twitter too. It shouldn't be hard to pick up new ones though given the daily users that they see on the platform. Musk has also talked about enabling creators on the platform to be able to monetize in some way and earn for what they publish to the platform as well. Will that feature see more coming back then?

Pics:
https://twitter.com/elonmusk
Sources:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2022/11/14/twitter-fake-eli-lilly/
https://fortune.com/2022/11/06/elon-musk-twitter-monetization-model-can-beat-youtube-longer-posts-videos-soon/
https://fortune.com/2022/11/06/elon-musk-twitter-monetization-model-can-beat-youtube-longer-posts-videos-soon/

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The memes were truly glorious. We're looking forward to more coming from this.

Musk has also talked about enabling creators on the platform to be able to monetize in some way and earn for what they publish to the platform as well. Will that feature see more coming back then?

This is actually a good idea. Depending on the solution, Elon Musk would revolutionalize Twitter (and the traditional social networks in general) in this case. We will see. Twitter could also gain new users in this case. Probably I would also start to use it again.