Twitter has recently announced Twitter Super Follows, which come in three packages with different monthly rates. Twitter Safety Mode also launched, and is currently available in beta for Android devices.
Today, Twitter released two major upgrades to its site and applications. One should assist in improving Twitter’s difficulty with online abuse. The second will allow certain tweets to be exclusive to those who are willing to pay for them. We anticipate that users would enjoy the first function more than the latter.
The feature is intended to give users the impression that their accounts are being actively monitored and protected. Safety Mode, which is available on Twitter, is a setting that “temporarily restricts” accounts for illegal or unwelcome behavior. You turn Safety Mode on for a set amount of time before turning it off; when the week ends, you receive a report on all autoblocked accounts so you can decide whether to keep them blocked or unblocked permanently.
According to Twitter’s announcement, this method “won’t always work correctly and may make mistakes,” so we believe it utilizes some sort of AI to determine whether or not an account is annoying you. People you follow or frequently interact with will not be automatically banned.
Super Follows are now fully live in the US and Canada on iOS, with Android likely to follow soon. While Super Mode is still under development, it isn’t yet accessible.
For a monthly fee, you’ll get “special access to subscriber-only Tweets,” as well as future features like newsletters and “Super Follows-only Spaces.” It’s possible that the opportunity to communicate directly with someone in Twitter Spaces might be valuable to some users.
Users who are on Twitter’s Premium Follows plan can charge $2.99, $4.99, or $9.99 a month through Stripe, with payments processed as they go. Users may earn up to 97% of subscription income after third-party expenses until they reach a lifetime revenue limit of $50,000 across all Twitter monetization solutions, according to Twitter. After that point, Twitter users can earn up to 80% of revenue after third-party fees.
Are you interested in being compensated for your tweets? You must be a resident of the United States with 10,000 followers and be at least 18 years old. Then apply to a waiting list if that’s the case. Not many individuals will have the opportunity to utilize the feature right now. However, if you go to a celebrity’s account page, you may see “Super Follow” button on their profile.