Twitter will Charge Businesses $1,000 Monthly for Gold Checkmark

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NewsToday: The Information claims that Twitter plans to charge the businesses utilizing its network $1,000 each month to maintain their gold checkmarks. The journal reported that brands that refused to pay the $1,000 monthly cost would lose their gold badges, though it is unclear when. In a study of internal conversations, the outlet found that Twitter is considering charging $50 a month for badges tied to each account.

Matt Navarra the social media specialist, stated that the picture appeared to be an email dialogue between Twitter product manager Evan Jones and an unknown entity. According to the email, subscribers to early access will get affiliation badges for their staff members and a gold checkmark for their organizations. If you'd like to subscribe, Verified for Corporations costs $1,000 per month plus $50 for each extra connected handle. The first month is free. In the past, Twitter provided gold badges to firms as a way to "prove and verify their identity" on Twitter." It also allows businesses to include a badge to scale down their Twitter profiles to rank themselves from employees and executives to other ranks.

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