As a part of Twitter 2.0, Elon Musk has been working on a solution allowing media publishers and content creators to leave Twitter without losing their following. After exhausting all options, there’s finally been a breakthrough. The content creators will be provided the email addresses of their followers by the platform.
Under his leadership, Elon Musk has vowed to bring more revenue to Twitter. He has been focusing on making the microblogging platform a monetary opportunity for content creators. Previously, he announced a nominal fee to be paid per article read. In this way, the publisher gets paid for their efforts.
Elon Musk Confirms Twitter Is Going To Share Email Addresses With Content Creators
Elon Musk‘s bid to upgrade Twitter into a more yielding platform continues. After brainstorming, the former Twitter CEO announced a feature to benefit content creators looking to exit the venue. It will enable the creators to move their subscriber base with them. This decision comes after other alternatives, including using mailing lists, have caused logistical confusion.
Content creators looking to exit Twitter will be provided the email addresses of their followers, given the subscribers offer legal permission to share this information. Musk tweeted about the update “This platform will provide email addresses of subscribers (who opt in) to content creators, so that creators are able to leave this platform easily & take their subscribers with them if they want”
This platform will provide email addresses of subscribers (who opt in) to content creators, so that creators are able to leave this platform easily & take their subscribers with them if they want— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 7, 2023
Elon Musk Is No Longer The Richest Man In The World
Elon Musk has to step down from the throne as the world’s richest man. According to a Forbes report, his ascent to the top has ended as he slips to second position with around $213.5 billion, $800 million short of Bernard Arnault.
Thanks to Tesla’s ever-rising stock, Musk enjoyed his brief stay as the world’s richest man. Since the beginning of 2023, Tesla shares have plummeted 110% in value. Bernard Arnault, the CEO of LVMH, has once again overtaken Musk as the world’s richest man.
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