Twitter Blue Subscription: In the past, you must have heard a lot of news that Twitter has removed the blue tick from the names of big personalities as well. These big names included the names of Yogi Adityanath, Arvind Kejriwal, Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan, Sachin Tendulkar and Amitabh Bachchan etc. Elon Musk wants to give money and get blue ticks. Some people even paid money like Amitabh Bachchan. At the same time, many big names are still not paying. Have you ever wondered why Twitter is doing this? Now many people will say that brother, to earn money. But, now our second question is how much money? How much money will Twitter make from this paid subscription? Let’s know in the news.
Why are people buying Pad Blue Tick?
When I opened Twitter, I found that the blue tick of the celebrity was missing and the common people had the blue tick. It was a bit strange to see all this. It can be said that some people are taking blue subscription as a hobby. At the same time, some people have other views as well. Actually, Twitter is also offering other facilities along with blue subscription. Twitter Blue users can post longer videos, get up to 50% fewer ads, get early access to new features. Blue users’ posts will get priority, and they can also edit the post five times within 30 minutes of posting.
How much can Alan earn from Blue Subscription?
Data says that there are over 3,85,000 mobile users globally with paid subscriptions on both iOS and Android. The US is its biggest market, with 246,000 customers spending around $8 million (₹65.8 crore), TechCrunch reported last month.
In India, the report said, Twitter Blue generated revenue of only $301,000 (₹2.4 crore) from around 17,000 mobile subscriptions. It should be noted here that this revenue estimate is not about web-based subscriptions. We have only talked about mobile users.
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