Elon Musk removed the eligibility criteria that prevented profiles featuring animals or fictional characters from participating in Twitter's ad revenue-sharing program.

By Dipak Jaiswal

The rate limit for interactions with followers for verified users was increased by 50% in response to user concerns, providing relief for those who had reached the previous threshold.

Elon Musk announced that Twitter's ad revenue-sharing program would soon include sharing revenue from profile page views, potentially doubling payouts for content creators.

Only views from verified users would count towards the total view count calculations to prevent fraudulent practices that artificially inflate view counts.

Twitter faces competition from Meta's Threads, a micro-blogging platform that integrates closely with Instagram and quickly gained over 100 million users within a week of its launch.

Elon Musk's quick response and involvement in addressing user concerns demonstrate his dedication to promoting inclusivity and improving user experiences on Twitter.

The modifications made by Elon Musk aim to make Twitter a more attractive platform for content creators, encouraging engagement and providing new opportunities for monetization.

Elon Musk's Twitter Changes: Empowering Content Creators with Ad Revenue Sharing