You will soon have to pay a charge for using Twitter, know which users will have to pay money. Elon Musk Says Twitter May Charge a Fee for Commercial, Government Users
By Vansh Sangwan - May 4, 2022
New Delhi15 minutes ago
Ever since Elon Musk bought Twitter, there were fears that Twitter’s service would not be available for free for long. The world’s richest businessman has himself cleared these apprehensions. He has tweeted and said that commercial and government users of this platform will have to spend money for its use. He has also clarified the situation regarding the ordinary user.
Elon Musk tweeted, “Twitter will always be free for casual users, but commercial/government users may have to pay a little price.”
People seeking jobs from Elon Musk
Tagging Musk’s Twitter handle a few days ago, his fans have also requested for future employment on Twitter. In this, Nikita Bier, co-founder of polling app tbh, tweeted that I should be hired as the Vice President of Product on Twitter. In the post, he wrote that he has been developing social media apps for 11 years.
Elon Musk doesn’t trust old management
It is reported that Elon Musk has found the new CEO of Twitter. However, his name has not been revealed yet. According to the news agency Reuters, Musk told Twitter chairman Brett Taylor that he did not trust the company’s management at all. He has also said this in the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC). He will reduce the salary of the board and executives to reduce the cost of the company.
You will have to pay for embedding or quoting verified tweets.
He also talked about charging money from third party websites for embedding or quoting verified tweets. Also, Musk had suggested changes to the Blue Tick premium subscription service, including its pricing. Currently, the cost of Twitter Premium Blue service is $2.99.
employees may be on leave
A Bloomberg report also said that Elon Musk had floated the idea of job cuts during a fund-raising pitch for Twitter. However, no response has been given by Twitter on such discussion so far. Elon Musk is trying to make Twitter a money-making company like Facebook in the coming times. For this he is constantly churning.