- Musk gives clues that Twitter would not be free to government and commercial users
- The few would be nominal and will not apply to casual users.
- Musk is enthusiastically preparing to evolve Twitter as the paywall of social media
Elon Musk has provided a significant clue as to what Twitter will be like under his leadership, disclosing his strategies to reshape Twitter into a powerful social platform.
However, he tried to clarify that Twitter will still be accessible for “casual users,” but a minimal charge could be levied on government and commercial users.
Twitter is indeed not unfamiliar with the concept of a premium subscription, and Twitter Blue is a related framework that provides Twitter’s most significant customer loyalty with exclusive access to extra features and app customization for a comparatively small monthly charge.
Whereas Twitter Blue provides unique functionalities to its paying consumers that the framework will only be premium for corporate and industrial users.
Twitter will not be the same. Musk himself has preserved the concept in the realm of Twitter to check the content of moisture in the market.
Twitter Blue is available in the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand on iPhone, Android, and the browser.
Musk tweeted, providing a basis for Twitter to charge a fee –
“Ultimately, the downfall of the Freemasons was giving away their stonecutting services for nothing.”
Elon Musk, the wealthiest man, has been suggesting and progressively implementing dozens of new shifts to the internet giant since acquiring it for $44 million on 25 April.
He hopes to make Twitter stronger than before by making improvements, opening up the learning algorithm to build trust, vanquishing spam bots, and validating all humans.
Musk said he foresees Twitter to be “as broadly inclusive as possible, where ideally most of America is on it and talking,” and as authorized as feasible.