Twitter will allow content creators to receive money for the subscriptions of the Super Follows, and for this they must be over 18 years of age, have at least 10,000 followers and have published 25 'tweets' in the last 30 days before requesting to be part of this service.
The information has been revealed this Sunday by the expert in reverse engineering Jane Manchun Wong, who has shared a series of images of the registration process to be part of the income through Super Follows, a type of paid subscription announced in February by the social network.
Wong has indicated that the requirements to start using the Super Follows service as a creator are to have a minimum of 10,000 followers on Twitter, have 'tweeted' a minimum of 25 publications in the last 30 days and have at least 18 years old.
The images show that the process allows to create 'bonus' content, that is, specific content for users who have subscribed through a Super Follow. In addition, there is a section where the user indicates on which platforms he creates content, which includes Facebook, ORnlyFans, Patreon, Substack, Twitch, Youtube and others'.
Registration as a Super Follow user also requires creators to add thematic tags on the type of content they generate, with some such as 'Art', 'Comedy', 'Film and television', 'Technology' or 'Facial care' , as well as another of 'Adult content '.
In addition, the content creator is asked how he plans to use the Super Follows, so that requires it to describe in advance the way you are going to use this subscription and the content you intend to generate.
The images show that there will be a 'profit estimator' that shows the money that would be generated according to the percentage of followers who would make the Super Follow, and that there is the optional possibility of clarifying the race and gender of the content creator user, information which, according to Twitter, will only be used to "analyze the diversity of creators".
Twitter launched 'Tomorrow' on June 1, a local weather information service available in some cities in the United States, Canada and the Dominican Republic, and confirmed its Twitter Blue payment service last week, which you can now use. the users of Australia and Canada. Additionally, it introduced a new tip sending feature called Tip Jar in early May.