Elon Musk completely updated Twitter’s profile. Elon Musk is making many significant decisions now that he has paid Blue Tick. Twitter is now deleting accounts that haven’t been used in a while, according to Elon Musk. Musk made the move in an effort to boost engagement and revenue-generating potential on the web platform he paid $44 billion last year.
The number of followers will decrease
We are removing accounts that have not had any activity for a couple of years, so you will likely notice a reduction in the number of followers, Musk wrote in a tweet. Users and advertisers have been turned off by changes Musk ordered at Twitter, including staff reductions and the introduction of free verification checkmarks viewed as a seal of validity.
Some people received free blue ticks.
Many receivers objected to the decision to reinstate Twitter’s blue ticks on some media, celebrity, and other high-profile accounts in late April. At the time, Musk stated on Twitter that he was “personally paying for some” memberships.
Unsubscribed Twitter Blue accounts from the official media
received a tick back. American public radio NPR, which stopped activity on its accounts in the middle of April, was not attracted by the returned ticks. Market analysts claim that as advertisers avoid the platform, Twitter’s revenue has decreased.
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