Hot Potatoes: Twitter enters the dangerous world of critical content. At first, I think most participants will stick with the spirit of the feature. However, it is easy to imagine how some might bypass this feature and decide to put all their content behind a payment wall. What will Twitter do next?
Twitter provides a way for select users to monetize their users by offering premium followers, and is a push wall for subscriber-only content.
First announced earlier this year, the Twitter scheduling feature allows developers to share additional content with their most engaged followers and gain access. Developers can set a subscription price of $2.99, $4.99 or $9.99 per month to monetize this "bonus" content, according to Twitter.
Startup partners include a makeup artist who “acts like an amazing client-level follower,” sports fans who share their in-depth analyzes with subscribers, and a mentor spiritual advisor “what the stars and cards mean to you.”
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Developers can easily identify subscribers by searching for their subscribers.
Initially, only a small group in the United States that applied early could create a premium followers subscription. Twitter offers people who are interested to follow their requests to join the waiting list. Note that you must have at least 10,000 followers or more, have tweeted at least 30 times in the last 30 days, be a resident of the United States, and be at least 18 years old to apply.
Follow an account As a subscriber, simply click the Super Follow button on a user's profile to check available items and their cost. If you want to go further, tap again to make in-app payments.
The following is currently only available for iOS users in the US and Canada, but Twitter plans to expand this feature globally. We'll be told in the coming weeks that support for Android and Twitter will be available later.
Twitter launched Super Followers for iOS, allowing select creators to access their content