Twitter is ready to roll out its Ad Revenue share and Subscription features for its users. To qualify for ad revenue share, users must be subscribed to Twitter Blue verification and accumulate a total of 15 million views on their tweets over three months.
The minimum payout for the program will be $50. Twitter’s Ad Revenue share program is expected to launch for all eligible users within the next few days or weeks.
In contrast, Twitter’s Subscriptions allow users to post subscriber-only tweets that can only be seen by those paying a subscription fee to that account. These two monetization programs are separate, and users can receive payouts from one without participating in the other.
The Subscription program has experienced a delay due to a massive influx of applications since its relaunch in April. The approval process for Subscriptions is complicated and requires app store approvals.
Eligible users can receive their ad revenue payouts by confirming their payment method (Stripe) on the Monetization page in Twitter settings, after which payments will be automatic each month, provided the requirements are met.
The monetization efforts from Twitter underscore its commitment to empowering content creators. These programs offer an exciting opportunity for creators to earn income from their content, further promoting the platform’s appeal. The increased demand for the Subscription program signifies a significant shift in how users engage with social media platforms and reflects the growing trend of creators monetizing their online presence.