X (formerly known as Twitter), has recently taken a momentous step by officially launching its ads revenue program for eligible creators worldwide. This exciting initiative opens up a new avenue for content creators on the platform, offering them the opportunity to monetize their presence and interactions with followers through ad impressions on their tweets and profiles.
The ads revenue program from X (formerly known as Twitter) allows verified users to directly earn money from the platform.
When users view ads on the posts or profiles of eligible creators, X (formerly known as Twitter) generates revenue from those impressions, and a percentage of this revenue is shared with the creators. This presents a fantastic opportunity for content creators to be rewarded for the value they bring to the platform with their engaging and popular content.
To qualify for the program, creators need to meet specific criteria. They must be subscribed to Blue or Verified Organizations and have amassed a minimum of 15 million impressions on their cumulative posts within the last three months. Additionally, they need to have at least 500 followers on the platform. These criteria serve as the foundation for creators to participate in the program and earn revenue based on their engagement and following on X (formerly known as Twitter).
Once content creators meet the eligibility requirements, they will be guided through the process of setting up a Stripe account, which serves as X (formerly known as Twitter) payment processor to handle the distribution of payouts. This ensures a seamless and efficient payment system, enabling creators to receive compensation for their valuable contributions to the platform promptly.
All in all, X (formerly known as Twitter) ads revenue program represents a remarkable opportunity for content creators to not only engage with their followers but also to be financially rewarded for their efforts, making it an exciting development in the world of social media monetization.
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