Twitter is said to be looking to offer companies continued access to the Twitter Verified Gold Checkmark as long as those companies pay Twitter $1,000 per month. News of the costly Twitter Verified checkmark comes from leaked emails where users were offered early access to the new plan. Twitter has yet to officially announce any plans for a $1,000 per month check mark, and according to some who have reported this, the price is still in flux and may change before the next Twitter Blue update is announced.
Twitter user Matt Navarra tweeted a screenshot of an email detailing the new verified Twitter program. The email highlighted some of the benefits of subscribing to this type of Twitter badge before pricing details were specified.
“As an early access subscriber, you will earn a gold checkmark for your organization and affiliation badges for its partners,” the leaked email read. Next week, we’ll direct you to our management portal and you’ll be eligible for Tweet Boosting, which will increase reach and distribution for your organization and its affiliates the more you tweet.
“If you want to subscribe, Verified for Organization is $1,000 per month, $50 for each additional affiliate per month with one month of free affiliates.”
Twitter is reportedly emailing companies offering gold checkmark verification for $1,000 per month!
and affiliate account verification for $50 per month pic.twitter.com/hohTPKLKdi
– Matt Navarra (@MattNavarra) February 3, 2023
Navarra tweeted about it again shortly thereafter to file a additional source. the information A supposed Twitter Blue update has also been reported, backing up the info while saying that pricing details may change.
Twitter Blue currently starts at $8 per month for those who are willing to pay to have a blue checkmark in their name. This initiative was part of an overhaul of Twitter Blue that revamped the service and its complex by adding several types of checkmarks. There’s an account for old, previously verified accounts, a similar account offered by signing up for Twitter Blue that shows whether a user is subscribed or not once they click on it, a gray account shown on “Government and Multilateral Accounts,” and a Gold account for businesses. Twitter users have likely seen all of these at one time or another, but you might see fewer golds in the future if people aren’t willing to pay $1,000 a month for it, assuming that change passes.