Twitter’s latest monetization scheme, dubbed the Creator Ads Revenue Sharing program, doles out incentivizing amounts to creators based on the number and impressionability of replies beneath their tweets.
Eligibility criteria for the program include having a verified account and scoring a minimum of five million impressions on your tweets during the last three months.
The monetization of ads in tweet replies is a clear sign that Twitter wants to keep its creators glued to the platform, especially with Meta soon introducing branded content tools to Threads and allowing creators to make money out of ads.
Seems like the only bird worth catching is the one with a generous wallet. Who said all those witty tweets and clever hashtags go unrewarded?
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