tweets Published Saturday by the Mercurial Billionaire “Ads are too frequent on Twitter and too big. Taking steps to address both in coming weeks. Also, there will be a higher priced subscription that allows zero ads.”

One user responded that Instagram was a good way to communicate with friends. “complete garbage experience” Because it is a sign of strength “an ad every 3 pictures,” adding, “If you make ads less intrusive here and offer features that appeal visual communities, there are millions of users over there ready to migrate.”

Musk Answered “That’s the plan!”

The company currently sells its Twitter For $11 per Month, Blue Premium users Sign up using the iOS and Android apps. Otherwise it’s $8 per month, since the commission on in-app purchases doesn’t apply.

You can have fewer or none ads On Twitter?

Seeing fewer adsAs opposed to to There has never been one. Twitter Blue. Blue is another. to Get a checkmark with a blue star, which is what you had before Musk’s takeover indicated Twitter The identity of an important user had been verified.

The November issue of Musk’s company paused Twitter After it was used by verified trolls, blue to Impersonate famous people and brands such as Eli Lilly. This was the case with Eli Lilly. to announce, “We are excited to announce insulin is free now,” The drugmaker must be forced to Resolve to make an embarrassing apologies for something that it has not said.

It wasn’t the only misstep since Musk It is too much Twitter For $44 Billion in October. He admitted last month that he had a problem with $44 billion in late October. Twitter The Spaces Conversation that Paul Graham’s account was suspended had been “a mistake.” Graham was caught in the crossfire of a policy that banned links for a brief time to Competing social networks 

Advertiser exodus

One other mistake could have been to alienate advertisers. Many left after his takeover and became concerned about MuskA self-described “self-described” “free-speech absolutist,” Moderating content. The last month Musk Advertisers claimed they were returning.

But revenue at TwitterThe fourth quarter saw a 35% drop in advertising spending for the company, which heavily relies on it. to You can find more information at report this week By The Information. A similar result may be possible for this quarter. 

Other changes for this week Twitter The developer agreement has been quietly updated to It was clear that it had stopped developers of Twitterific and Tweetbot apps. reported by Engadget. After such services were suddenly cut without any warning, this was the result.

Twitterrific’s Sean Heber wrote in a blog post This Thursday: “We are sorry to say that the app’s sudden and undignified demise is due to an unannounced and undocumented policy change by an increasingly capricious Twitter.”

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