Twitter Blue was supposed to give account verification to all paid customers. But, it quickly proved to be a flawed idea. It distributed “blue ticks” every month to anyone who had paid $8. Twitter’s head now plans to return the blue buttons by November 29th, after having withdrawn the initiative.
This principle was attributed to one commander of the XIX Century “The most important thing is to get into fights, then we’ll be able to see” Elon Musk actively used it in his bold and fleeting reforms to the business of Twitter, which he recently purchased. Remember that the official reason we refused to use blue checkmarks for verified accounts was due to the rise in abuses within the first hour of the launch of paid Twitter Blue. In the early hours of the service’s operation, under new conditions, unscrupulous user made some damaging statements on behalf of politicians and well-known companies.
Elon Musk had to announce last week that he would resume verification for Twitter Blue subscribers by the close of the week. Reuters clarifies that the date is November 29, but it was announced by Elon Musk. Twitter Blue is vital to the survival of a company with low advertiser credibility and which aims to make up half its revenue from subscriptions.
Elon Musk made the following statement on his Twitter account: “I am betting on a restart Blue “Verified November 29 to ensure reinforced concrete reliability. According to the head of the company, any change in the account name could result in the user losing verification. The user will need to go over it again to ensure compliance with all Twitter requirements.