Twitter will Create a New Policy, Paid Articles

Berikut Twitter will Create a New Policy, Paid Articles
Yang terbaru kami bagikan untuk anda. Dapatkan informasi gadget terbaru hanya di – Jakarta – Twitter is currently planning to create a new policy for its users by enforcing paid articles from media accounts.

This new policy provides new ways for publishers to earn from their content beyond the recurring subscription options that were previously available.

This information comes directly from Twitter CEO Elon Musk, he mentioned Twitter will allow media publishers to charge users a fee for access to individual articles they post on the website as soon as next month.


However, Elon Musk says that this policy applies to those who wish to read the occasional story from certain publishers, meaning individual articles may not require a monthly subscription fee.

However, at this point the details of this upcoming paid feature are still unclear. Musk only revealed that it will launch next month, it is not clear what types of accounts and media can offer paid articles on Twitter

In addition, Musk also did not say how much commission Twitter would take from this new feature. Previously, the company officially replaced Super Follows with subscriptions and Twitter will not take a commission from creators for the next 12 months. After a year, Twitter will take a 10 percent cut.

According to a report from Engadget, there is currently no clarification from the company, so it will be a while to find out if Twitter will apply the same commission rules to this new feature.

Although, eventually the company will take the cut, for example Twitter with the leadership of Musk has introduced more paid features to increase the company’s revenue.


Currently, the verification badge comes as a bonus to users who subscribe to Twitter Blue for $8 per month. Twitter is also shutting down the free API to roll out a new API that users have to pay for.

Enterprise customers will cost nearly $50,000 per month to access the new API, so some organizations and companies have chosen to end Twitter’s integration into their apps or websites, such as the New York City transportation authority. [FY/HBS]