For the golden tick (verified check mark) on the micro-blogging platform Twitter, companies will have to pay one thousand dollars or about 82 thousand rupees every month. Now, companies will have to pay an additional fee of $50 per month, around Rs 4,000, for other accounts linked to their Twitter account.
Twitter has also said it will begin "phasing out" its legacy authentication program from April 1. Under this, the company will start the blue tick from the user's account. Its impact will directly affect the user's pocket.
Even if a user using a free blue tick pays for Twitter Blue, the blue tick will remain verified tag will be. Twitter announced the certification program on Friday to boost revenue. The company's CEO, Elon Musk, confirmed that anyone affiliated with a verified organization has their account automatically verified. Twitter has launched a new Verified Organizations program, under all Twitter accounts will now be verified.