Twitter boss Elon Musk announced that Twitter will open paid subscriptions to users, including long texts and long videos.
Elon Musk added that during the first 12 months of the service’s launch, content publishers will receive all subscription revenue except mobile platform fees (iOS or Android stores take 30%), and Twitter will not keep any points from it. money. The web version allows creators to get 92% of the income, so Elon Musk also recommends this option.
There is a tab called “Monetization” in the Twitter settings, through which the paid subscription function can be turned on, but Elon Musk did not elaborate on the specific details of this function.
Google does not agree with Elon Musk’s statement, because Google Play has reduced its share from 30% to 15% in 2022.
Last year, Twitter advertising revenue fell sharply, and Elon Musk did everything possible to increase revenue. Since taking over Twitter, Elon Musk has adjusted the product and organizational structure, launched a Twitter-certified blue tick payment service, and laid off 80% of his staff.
Elon Musk said in an interview on Wednesday that Twitter has now largely broken even.