As previously mentioned by Elon Musk, Twitter is now poised to encourage and drive content creation by bringing monetization tools to the platform. Twitter has now replaced Twitter Super Follows with subscriptions so creators can earn some money by sharing exclusive content. In this read, we’ll discuss the eligibility requirements and how to apply for a Twitter Creators subscription.
Eligibility to apply for a Twitter subscription
Before we move on to the steps to apply for a Twitter subscription, let’s first discuss the eligibility criteria that you need to meet.
Note: Participants in accepted subscriptions are also required to maintain at least 25 Tweets every 30 days
Benefits you can offer your Twitter subscribers
As an approved Twitter creator, you can share the following benefits with the other Twitter users who subscribe to you.
Your exclusive tweetsSubscriber badgeSubscriber tabSubscriber-only areasSteps to request a Twitter subscription for creators
Now that we are familiar with the eligibility requirements, let’s move on to the steps to apply for a Twitter subscription as a creator.
1. Tap your profile picture in the top left and expand Professional Tools to access monetization.
2. On the next page, tap on the Subscriptions option.
3. On the subscription page, tap Check Eligibility in the upper-right corner.
4. If you meet the requirements, tap the Continue to Application button.
5. On the next page, tap the Confirm button and select the category of your content. You can select multiple categories, when finished tap on the back button.
6. Next, on the account page, fill in more details, e.g. B. where else you will post your content and how you will use your Twitter subscription.
7. Finally, tap on Send application.
Now Twitter will go through your application and email you whether your account has been approved for subscription or not. It may take up to 3 to 4 weeks for Twitter to respond to your application. You can also check the status of your application on the same page where you applied.
Frequently Asked QuestionsQ. What is a Twitter subscription for creators?
Subscriptions are a way to help people (legitimate creators) on Twitter earn monthly revenue from the content they create. Approved creators receive a share of the revenue Twitter earns from subscription offers. The subscribers can get an additional level of access and bonus content shared by creators.
Q. Who is eligible for Twitter monetization?
Twitter creators residing in eligible countries who meet the eligibility requirements may apply to participate in the subscription program. Subscription purchases are currently available globally on Twitter for iOS, Android, and web.
Q. Can a creator choose the subscription value for Twitter followers?
Yes, a creator can set the monthly price for his/her Twitter subscription offering, although he/she must choose from one of the price points made available by Twitter. Currently there is no option to change the price, Twitter will offer such an option in the future.
Q. Why are the Twitter subscription costs different for two creators?
Twitter allows each subscriber’s creator to select his/her subscription cost, although he/she may choose from any of the price points provided by Twitter.
Q. Why has the Twitter subscription button disappeared from my profile?
Violating the Twitter Community Guidelines or Tweeting less than at least 25 tweets every 30 days. Then Twitter can remove the subscribe button from your profile again.
Q. How can I check the status of my Twitter Creator subscription?
You can also check the status of your application on the same page where you applied.
Q. I applied for a Twitter Creator subscription, how long does it take to be approved?
It may take up to 3 to 4 weeks for Twitter to respond to your application. You can also check the status of your application on the same page where you applied.
Q. How does Twitter pay me for my Twitter subscriptions?
You need to set up a verified account with Stripe, our payout provider. Stripe determines payout eligibility and methods based on a creator’s location.
Q. When will Twitter pay me for my Twitter subscription?
You must raise at least $50 to transfer your earnings from Twitter to your Stripe account. If you don’t meet the $50 threshold, the unpaid balance simply rolls over into the next month until the threshold is met or exceeded.
Once you’ve met the conditions, Twitter will adjust any chargebacks, if applicable. It takes 3-5 business days for the money to appear in your bank account. In some cases it can take up to 10 business days.
Q. Why does Twitter pay me less than my subscription fees?
Twitter follows a dual payout policy for revenue sharing with Twitter Creators:
Twitter pays up to 97% of the revenue Twitter made from selling access to your subscriptions. This 97% is calculated after the in-app purchase fees until you reach $50,000 in total revenue from Twitter across all Twitter monetization products. After you reach $50,000 in total revenue, Twitter pays up to 80% of the revenue Twitter earns after app purchase fees.Q. How do I unsubscribe or deactivate my Twitter Creator subscription?
To deactivate your Creator subscription, you can visit the same form page on the Android app or on the Twitter web. Currently iOS users do not have the option to disable the subscribe button in the app, they must disable it on the Twitter web.
So, as a content creator, this is how you can apply for a Twitter Creators subscription. Your subscribers will receive an exclusive badge as a special recognition and will be able to access your exclusive bonus content, personal replies and more. If you found this useful, share it with your other Creator friends to help them earn some money. Stay tuned to GadgetsToUse for more reads like this and check the ones linked below.
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