Twitter’s recent addition of support for longer tweets is a clear indication that the social network is aiming to compete with rival newsletter platform, Mailchimp. This new feature will allow Blue subscribers to post 10,000 character-long posts, which could be useful for marketing purposes or simply providing more information on a given topic. Additionally, Twitter has added support for italic and bold text formatting which will make it easier to differentiate between different types of text.
In order to encourage people to publish longer posts instead of threads on the social network, 4,000-character-long tweets were introduced for Blue subscribers in February. Although some users were initially resistant to the change, others found that publishing in this way allowed for more creativity and flow in their messages.
This new length limit is great news for Twitter users who want to share longer thoughts and Ideas. It also gives writers more room to describe their work in detail, without running out of space.
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Twitter users have been eagerly awaiting the launch of Twitter Write, a new text messaging feature that is set to revolutionize the way that people communicate. The app allows users to type and send messages directly from their phones, without
It seems companies are beginning to push for longerform writing, specifically in the context of creator monetization. Twitter is introducing a new program where all money generated will go to creators after payouts from Apple or Google their 30%. Post that, the Apple/Google tax will reduce to 15% and the social media company will take a small fee from creators. This raises several questions about what this means for creativity on social media platforms–will more creatives be able to make a living off their work, or is this just an opportunity for those with bigger followings? Meanwhile, Elon Musk is also introducing tools that allow creators to generate revenue directly from users by offering subscriptions. These two projects raise many more questions about how we’ll see creativity on social media platforms in the future.
It is not clear why Musk said the charge from Google was 30%. However, it is likely that he has been confused by the 15% fee that Google charges for subscription services. In contrast, Microsoft charges 25% of fees for subscriptions. So it seems that Musk’s suggestion for a more affordable subscription service from Google might not be feasible.
In light of their recent partnerships with Facebook and Google, it seems as though Twitter is gradually shifting its focus towards marketing itself more heavily instead of building its own products. For the next twelve months, the company will keep all profits generated from advertising in order to reinvest
iOS and Android users will receive 70% of our profits while web users will only receive a fraction of the profits. This discrepancy is likely caused by Apple and Google charging 30% for in-app subscriptions, which takes a significant chunk out of the fund received by web users. However, we still think that our product is worth investing in and thus hope to attract more web users with improved revenue sharing in the future
Your iPhone or Android device will likely cost more after the first year, depending on the model you choose. iPhones commonly cost more than Android devices, but this varies based on the specific phone and
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The increased price for subscriptions will likely deter a large number of potential creators from signing up on Twitter in order to make money. The high cost may also be discouraging to those who are already earning a living through their Twitter account, as it would now require significantly more activity and followers in order to earn an income.
Twitter’s monetization program allows users to make money by bidbaiting advertisers, by making sure their tweets are relevant and interesting to them. This is a way for people who use Twitter as an important means of communication to support themselves financially, without having to give up their autonomy in the process.
The new monetization relaunch of Musk’s Super Follows program is an interesting addition to the company’s portfolio of tools. The increased features make it more appealing to users and give them more ways to generate revenue from their followers. Moreover, the rebranding makes it look like a new tool, which will likely attract new followers. Overall, the monetization relaunch is a step in the right direction for Musk’s Super Follows program and hopefully it will continue to grow in popularity and revenue
The decision to kill off these programs may be seen as a sign that Musk is clamping down on creativity and dissent within the company. This move comes following several high profile departures from the company, most notably Elon’s brother Kimbal who left to start his own rocket engineering firm, and journalist Emily Whitehouse who quit Twitter after alleging sexual misconduct by Musk.
Twitter is trying to block Substack, a new newsletter platform that introduces a Twitter-like feed. The company is fighting hard against the service, blocking links and even preventing replies to tweets with links to it.
In a now-deleted tweet, punk rock journalist and Rolling Stone contributor Matt Taibbi announced he was moving his column to the newly-launched Substack Notes website. The insult Tesla CEO Elon Musk allegedly hurled at Taibbi in a thinly-veiled threat only fueled the decision. “He’s an employee of Substack,” Musk wrote, “not me.”
Musk’s accusation that Substack was attempting to download a massive portion of the Twitter database seems ludicrous, and Best dismisses it as such. Regardless, the rivalry between these two companies is sure to continue until one emerges victorious.
Substack links were blocked from the early days of the site, although they were restored several months later. It is possible that this statement is false, as there are numerous reports of Substack content being viewed on the site prior to its censorship.
Substack’s download of Twitter’s database is likely a Signal Hill-based attack in an effort to bootstrap their own version of the social media platform. Their IP address is therefore likely untrustworthy, and potential victims should be weary of downloading anything from that source.
Matt was employed by Substack for a few months, and during that time he discovered that he had a lot of passion and skill for web development. He was really impressed with how well the company ran, and decided to stay
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been Tweeting about a new feature for the electric car manufacturer that will allow Blue subscribers to share in ad revenue generated by their cars. This feature is still MIA, but Musk promises that it will be worth the wait.