Twitter Subscriptions 2023 - Full Overview

Recently, Twitter rolled out a new feature called subscriptions, where you can subscribe to a Twitter user and see exclusive content only available to subscribers. To enable this, you need to tap on your profile in the top left corner, go to professional tools, and check your eligibility. Unfortunately, subscriptions feature is only available in certain countries: the US, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, EU, UK, and EEA.

To be eligible for subscriptions, you need to have at least 500 real followers, be active on Twitter in the past 30 days, and be 18 years or older. Once you are eligible, you can share subscribers-only tweets, earn revenue, and offer your subscribers a more personalized experience with bonus content.

What are the features available in subscriptions? Let's take a look:

  • US creator can share subscribers-only tweets
  • Subscribers will stand out with badges
  • Specifically, there is a subscribers tab
  • Share your subscription link to your page
  • Subscriber-only spaces available on iOS and Android

If you decide to stop participating, you can deactivate your account on and Android device. Please note that it's not currently possible to activate your account from an iOS device.

Let's talk about payment. At the beginning, you'll get up to 97% of the revenue Twitter has earned from selling your subscriptions after in-app purchase fees. After $50,000 in lifetime earnings, you can get paid up to 80% of the revenue Twitter has earned after in-app purchase fees.

Below is an example of how payment works on iOS for a $4.99 subscription cost:

-$1.50 Apple in-app purchase fee -$0.10 Twitter's minimum share of revenue -Creators eligible to get paid up to $3.39 by Twitter

Lastly, you need to keep in mind that there might be some issues with refunds or chargebacks. For more details on subscriptions, you can always check out Twitter's support center.

Overall, subscriptions can be a great feature to explore as a creator to offer more personalized content and monetize your Twitter presence. Have you tried the subscriptions feature? Share your experience in the comments!

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