Twitter Blue is back. After a series of errors with social network verifications, the paid subscription is back on the platform. If you are not familiar with the term Twitter Blue, it is nothing more than a subscription on the platform, which does not mean that Twitter is no longer free, rather it gives its subscribers a series of benefits.
Twitter Blue is $8 per month on the web and $11 per month for those who subscribe on iOS.
The return of Twitter Blue has brought quite a bit New check badges in different colors. The social network has begun testing a service called Twitter Blue for Business Giving users a fresh color check. Other gray colors will also be offered.
These will be your new verification flags and Twitter badges
A blue check mark can mean two different things: that the account has been verified based on previous Twitter criteria (active, noted, and original), or that the account has an active subscription to the new Twitter Blue subscription product. Classic, in blue, you will go for these individual profiles.
This indicates that the account is operating through Twitter Blue for Business. Although this subscription is still in the testing phase.
Accounts with this badge are associated with government entities.
This method of social networking is only available in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, though the company plans to expand Blue Twitter To more countries soon. Twitter Blue subscribers will get access to exclusive subscriber features like Tweet editing, 1080p video uploads, and Reader mode. (And the)
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