Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, said on Twitter on Saturday that adverts will not be included in a more expensive membership to the social media site. Elon Musk said that Twitter’s advertising is “too huge” and “too frequent,” and that in the upcoming weeks, measures would be made to solve these problems.
Elon Musk’s Twitter Will Have A New Premium Subscription
Nearly 90% of Twitter’s income comes from the sale of digital adverts, and Musk recently blamed a “huge loss in revenue” on rights groups who persuaded companies to suspend their Twitter advertising.
A higher tier without commercials will be available on Twitter by 2023, according to a statement made by Elon Musk earlier in December. Twitter’s Basic blue tick would have half as many adverts.
Twitter currently offers Twitter Blue, which costs between $8 and $11 and gives users access to a number of features and “less” advertising. Twitter Blue still contains advertisements, although members see fewer of them than non-members do.
As part of Twitter Blue, subscribers also gain access to additional services. One feature of Twitter Blue is Bookmark Folders, which enables users to collect and arrange bookmarked Tweets into folders for easier later finding. Users of Twitter Blue are permitted an infinite number of private bookmarks and bookmark folders.
Additionally, Twitter Blue offers users a variety of colored themes. Additionally, users receive Custom App icons that they can modify. Users now receive the eagerly awaited Undo Tweet function. This allows users to take back a tweet after sending it but before it is seen by other users of Twitter. It’s not an edit button, Twitter observed, but rather an opportunity to preview and amend your Tweet before it is published for everyone to see.