Twitter plans to introduce subscription and tweet tipping system for Tweetdeck

Twitter plans to introduce subscription and tweet tipping system for Tweetdeck

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Twitter, which does not want ads to be its only source of revenue, is considering a range of options, including a paid subscription model for Tweetdeck and tips for tweets. It is not yet known when and in which regions Twitter will start testing its new applications.

Twitter, one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, continues to look for new ways to increase its revenue. According to information quoted by Bloomberg, the micro-blogging site is evaluating a range of options, including tipping tweets, subscribing to TweetDeck and paid profile customizations.

Tweetdeck, a Twitter management app often used by creators in particular, is a completely free app, with the exception of some premium content and sponsored posts. But according to Bloomberg, Twitter plans to unleash a new source of revenue by launching a monthly subscription app for tweetdeck.

Tweetdeck could become an app that requires a monthly subscription

Twitter users will be able to tip content they like if a possible tip feature is added to the platform, according to Bloomberg. Twitter will get a new source of revenue by taking a certain Commission on these tips.

Bruce Falck, head of Twitter's product revenue division, said that a general subscription system for Twitter is also among the options, but they are still in the very early stages of doing so. The optimal option for Twitter to generate a new source of revenue at the moment seems to be to offer premium features on Tweetdeck and develop a monthly subscription model for it. However, any of these options are not expected to be implemented in the short term.

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