Users have reportedly started getting a share of ad revenue on Twitter. Users in countries that support Stripe Payments will get paid. Earnings are now paid to a select group of creators who are part of the program, handpicked by the company itself. Creators signed up to ‘ad revenue sharing’ creator subscription programs receive revenue. Those in India are currently unable to receive the payment. YouTuber Mr. Beast earned $25,000. Many people have received up to five lakh rupees.
Individuals must be Twitter Blue Subscribers or Verified Organizations to participate in Creator’s Ad Revenue Sharing Program. And each post must have at least five million impressions in the last three months. Applicants must also complete a rigorous human review process that Twitter calls the Creator Monetization Standards. Only creators who uphold ethical guidelines and contribute positively to the platform’s ecosystem can be a part of the revenue-sharing opportunity. After that, a Stripe account should be prepared. This account is critical for receiving payouts. Things get easier if you’re already enrolled in Creator Subscriptions. It specifies that you are 18 years of age or older, have a profile with two-factor authentication active, and have at least 500 followers.