Twitter has announced to roll out applications for Super Follows and Ticketed Spaces features. According to the microblogging platform, it will allow creators to join the first group of testers of the two products. The company said that it is accepting applications from users who wish to monetize their content. Twitter, however, said that it will start testing the new features with limited users. Users who wish to apply can are advised to check their eligibility first. According to Twitter, Super Follows will allow users to earn money monthly. They can make money from the conversations they create on the platform. It will allow users to charge their followers for accessing exclusive content.
Twitter said that users signing up to access Super Follows will have three price options. The company will charge USD 2.99, 4.99, or 9.99 every month to access exclusive and additional content. It will allow creators to form a direct relationship with followers. Twitter had earlier talked about the Ticketed Spaces when it announced a plan to monetize Spaces feature. Spaces facilitate live audio conversations on Twitter. It works similar to Clubhouse. Users can through the Ticketed Spaces can host paid gatherings. When audiences will purchase tickets, creators will get the money. Twitter said that it will charge users between one dollar and 999 to access Ticketed Space.
Users can place their application for Super Follows and Ticketed Spaces via its updated iOS app. Twitter said that Ticketed Space will also come with an ability to let users conduct music events and discussions on the site. There will, however, be an entry fee for this. The company will take only 3 percent of the fees until users exceed USD 50,000 in lifetime earnings on both Super Follows and Ticketed Spaces features. This will let creators get a large portion of the earnings. Once an account’s earnings go beyond USD 50,000, Twitter will up the charge to 20 percent. The application to join the testers is being accepted by Twitter by American users. There is no word on whether Twitter is also rolling out the application in other countries.