Twitter announced on Thursday that certain content creators will be eligible for a portion of the advertising revenues the company generates.
Twitter announced that content creators would receive a portion of revenue generated by ads shown in their replies. To be eligible, creators must be verified users who have had at least five million impressions of their posts over the past three months, and they should also have a Stripe account.
Twitter wants to attract more content creators. In early 2018, the company began allowing users to charge for their content.
Elon Musk, a billionaire who purchased Twitter in October last year, said previously that the company would pass the entire subscription revenue on to creators for the first full year, excluding payment gateway fees.