Twitter Verification Program: After April 1, it is necessary to buy a subscription to Twitter Blue to maintain the blue checkmark on Twitter. The company had already announced that after April 1, the legacy checkmark i.e. blue tick received for free will be removed from the account. For Twitter Blue in India, web users have to pay Rs 650 and iOS and Android users have to pay Rs 900 every month. Twitter has recently started a verification program for companies as well. Companies have to pay Rs 82,000 every month for verification on Twitter. If companies want, they can also affiliate the account of an individual or their employee with them. For this, the company will have to pay an additional $ 50.
Twitter has started the verification program for companies worldwide. Under this verification program, verified companies will be able to verify the account of an individual by themselves. That is, they do not need to depend on Twitter for this work. If an account is affiliated with a company, then the company’s profile photo will appear on that account as a badge.
Verified Organizations is a new way for organizations and their affiliates to distinguish themselves on Twitter. Rather than relying on Twitter to be the sole arbiter of truth for which accounts should be verified, vetted organizations that sign up for https://t.co/1v6wSVKfDb,
— Twitter Verified (@verified) March 31, 2023
These people will get blue tick for free
According to a New York Times report, Twitter will give free blue ticks to 10,000 companies that have the most followers on the platform. Along with this, it has also been said in the report that 500 such advertisers who spend the most money on Twitter will also be given blue checkmarks for free. That is, the blue tick available for free is only for companies and advertisers, that too for those who fulfill the prescribed conditions.
made public source code
Recently, Elon Musk had shared this information that the source code of the recommended tweet will be made public. The company uploaded the source code on Github on 31 March. The purpose of making the source code public is to improve the algorithm of recommended tweets.
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