Elon Musk’s company, X, formerly known as Twitter, has launched a new service to help creators monetize their work through advertising. The opportunity is open to all Twitter and X Blue subscribers, including those from India. To be eligible, a creative needs to have at least 500 followers, an X Blue subscription, and 15 million post impressions in the last three months. Every eligible subscriber to X Blue and Verified Organizations will go through the process as quickly as possible. You will be eligible for reimbursements if you join the program and meet the requirements and your profits reach $50. The precise procedure that X employs to compute the payment value is not disclosed on the support page.
Creators who match the requirements and set up their compensation details will begin receiving payments within the week of July 31. All eligible X Blue and Verified Organizations subscribers are eligible to participate in the straightforward process, provided they meet the conditions and register for the program. Creators can independently set up both Creator Subscriptions and Ads Revenue Sharing. To access their revenue, they require a Stripe account for payouts. You must follow the Ads Revenue Share Terms, which also include the X Rules and Creator Monetization Standards, in order to remain in the program.
You should be aware that X reserves the right to modify or terminate the program at any time for reasons that may include administrative, financial, or legal concerns. It’s interesting to note that Twitter recently compensated some authors and proposed a similar system for authors to split advertising earnings. More video creators may now monetize their work and make money from their passion projects thanks to the release of X Blue.
Following Elon Musk’s initial declaration in the month of February, the ad revenue-sharing program was introduced on July 14 of that same year. The initiative has the potential to dramatically raise producers’ income even though it is still in its early stages. This concept states that authors will receive 50% of the revenue from any adverts that appear in Twitter replies. However, access to the service is restricted to those who have paid for a blue checkmark and have been validated. Creators must have 500 followers or more and 15 million post impressions over the past three months to be eligible.