Elon Musk's big Twitter changes: Pay $8 for blue tick

"Power belongs to the people"! Musk announced: Twitter Blue Gogo $8 per month, people who buy can enjoy 3 privileges"


Musk slashed Twitter, saying that Blue Gogo's identity verification qualifications may be obtained through payment, and about 25% of the manpower will be cut.


After Elon Musk’s successful acquisition of Twitter, the first wave of changes was to announce that it would charge about $8 per month to users who have subscribed to Twitter Blue blue check authentication.

Musk tweeted on Tuesday (1st): "Power to the people! Twitter Blue for $8/month." (Power to the people! Blue for $8/month.) and added that the price will vary by country/ Regions have been adjusted.

Twitter Blue is a Twitter subscription service that provides subscribers with exclusive advanced permissions, such as editing tweets.

Those who purchase a Twitter Blue subscription will enjoy the following 3 perks:
- Priority in replies, mentions and searches to combat spam and bots
- Share longer videos and audios
- Will see less advertise

If Twitter officially makes this adjustment, it means that all celebrities, celebrities, or news outlets who use Twitter will have to pay an extra fee to get the blue tick mark that represents identity verification.

However, Twitter has not yet decided whether to make this adjustment, but it is indeed possible to use this as one of the future profit methods in the future.

After Musk takes over Twitter, he may lay off 25% of employees, pay $120 million in breakup fees

Elon, on the other hand. After Elon Musk took over Twitter, it was reported that he instructed internal senior management to ask managers to draw up a list of suitable layoffs, which is expected to streamline Twitter's current manpower allocation.

The "Washington Post" report will not be the 75% previously reported, but it is expected that the number of layoffs may still be more than imagined, about 25%.

Prior to this, Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, CFO Ned Segal, and Vijaya Gadde, who served as Twitter's director of policy, security leadership, and general counsel and general counsel, all confirmed that Musk would leave after taking over Twitter, and related reports also revealed that Elon Musk has paid about $120 million in severance and other costs for these people.

Source:  The Verge , Washington Post

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