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Elon Musk announced it would allow media outlets to charge users Twitter to access individual articles they post on the social network.
The function, according to the head of the platform, is that publishers can get more money or encourage users to sign up for their own monthly payments.
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“Starting next month, this platform (Twitter) will allow media publishers to charge users per article with a single click,” the post reads. Elon Musk in a tweet. “This allows users who would not subscribe to a monthly subscription to pay a higher price per article when they want to read articles from time to time.”
“This should be a big advantage for both the media and the public,” he concluded.
At the moment, there are few details other than an indication that the feature will be rolled out next month.
It is also unclear which accounts and media outlets may be offering such paid items. Also, it is not known how much it will charge Twitter like a commission.
Twitterunder the leadership of Musk, is introducing more and more paid features to increase revenue.
The most popular case is that your verification badge is now a benefit of your $8/month Blue subscription.
Twitter it has also shut down its free API to release a new one that users will have to pay for. Access to the new API will cost enterprise customers almost $50,000 per month, which is why some organizations and businesses, such as the New York City Department of Transportation, have decided to end the integration. Twitter and leave the site.
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