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Twitter Monetization Requirements: How To Qualify For Ad Revenue Sharing

Unlock the potential of Twitter’s Ad Revenue Sharing program. This comprehensive guide walks you through eligibility, content, and conduct standards, helping you monetize your tweets effectively.

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Master the art of monetization on Twitter and transform your tweets into a steady revenue stream.

Do you dream of making money from your Twitter presence? Now, that dream is closer to becoming a reality. Twitter is set to roll out its ad revenue sharing program, allowing verified users to profit from ads served in their tweet responses.

As we dive into the intricate process of qualifying for this program, we’ll pepper in some helpful tips and examples from mandynews.com to make the process seamless.

The Dawn of a New Era: Twitter’s Ad Revenue Sharing Program

Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, recently took to his account to announce an intriguing development in the platform’s monetization strategy. In the coming weeks, Twitter Blue subscribers will be eligible to share in the revenue generated from ads shown to other verified users in their tweet responses. Although this initiative’s entry requirements appear somewhat lofty, they could herald a potentially lucrative opportunity for Twitter’s top creators.

“In a few weeks, Twitter will start paying creators for ads served in their replies. Note, the creator must be verified and only ads served to verified users count.” — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 9, 2023

Crossing the Threshold: Requirements for Monetization

To participate in the new tweet reply monetization program, users must meet certain prerequisites. According to the latest welcome screen for the initiative, you need:

  • An active subscription to Twitter Blue
  • Verification for Organizations
  • Five million or more Tweet impressions in each month for the past three months

Twitter’s top creators, who already command such massive engagement, may witness a significant increase in their income. However, meeting these thresholds may pose a challenge for smaller creators, potentially incentivizing them to produce more controversial or divisive content to spark responses and gain ad exposure.

Revenue Sharing in Action: A Case Study from MandyNews

This tweet by T(w)itter Daily News reveals that the ad revenue sharing program is scheduled to go live within the next 72 hours:

“Twitter Ad Revenue sharing is going live within the next 72 Hours.”

In another tweet, it was announced that creators who met the prerequisites would receive their share via the Stripe account used to register for Creator Subscriptions.

“Surprise! We’re delighted to share a portion of our ads revenue generated from your Tweets’ replies with you. You will receive your share via the Stripe account you used to register for Creator Subscriptions in the next 72 hours.”

“Twitter Ad Revenue sharing is going live within the next 72 Hours.”

In another tweet, it was announced that creators who met the prerequisites would receive their share via the Stripe account used to register for Creator Subscriptions.

“Surprise! We’re delighted to share a portion of our ads revenue generated from your Tweets’ replies with you. You will receive your share via the Stripe account you used to register for Creator Subscriptions in the next 72 hours.”

It’s also worth noting that Twitter will backdate the revenue share to February 3rd, 2023, when the feature was first teased by Elon Musk.

“Per Elon, the revenue share will backdate to February 3rd, 2023 (when feature was first teased)” “Revenue payout to content creators will be cumulative from when I first promised to do so in February” — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 3, 2023

A recent MandyNews.com investigation revealed that some users have already received thousands of dollars through this program, with the highest payout being a whopping $37k to Billym2k.

Navigating the Road to Monetization

Given the stringent requirements, gaining eligibility for Twitter’s ad revenue sharing can seem daunting. However, it’s not impossible. To boost your chances:

  1. Grow your Twitter presence: Regularly post engaging content, interact with followers, and use popular hashtags to increase visibility.
  2. Become a Twitter Blue subscriber: The premium subscription offers various perks, including eligibility for ad revenue sharing.
  3. Get verified: Keep an eye on Twitter’s verification policy for updates.

Twitter’s ad revenue sharing marks an exciting era for social media monetization. For those willing to put in the work, the potential financial rewards could be well worth the effort.

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Source: MandyNews.com

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