Elon Musk made some serious changes in the management as soon as he got control of Twitter. Many praised his steps while others thought he’s acting like a conqueror, or a dictator in that manner. However, Elon Musk made sure he wasn’t portrayed evil and interacted with Twitter users in attempt to break the ice.
The owner and CEO of Twitter posted a poll on Monday, asking if video sharing platform Vine should be making a comeback. A majority voted yes.
Bring back Vine?
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 31, 2022
Ali Zafar had some big ideas and he listed them down in the thread, “Bigger incentives for content creators. Go beyond ‘likes’ and ‘followers’. Enable them to build their own on line digital empires. A world they can create, learn and earn from. Clubs. Rooms. Likeminded people connecting, creating, auctioning, selling, monetising, sharing,” he wrote.
To our shock, Elon Musk replied and it became an entire conversation.
True, Twitter has amazing content in Japan – roughly half of all adults online – but it’s almost never seen outside of Japan
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 3, 2022
In another news, our ever favorite Adnan Siddique finally got his Twitter account verified. But, this wasn’t such a happy moment. According to the new policy implemented by Elon Musk, Twitter users with a blue tick will be charged $8 a month.
Just when I got my account verified, comes this news. For $8 per month, you can easily have bots and fakes as verified accounts. Hello impersonators. Bye bye authenticated profiles. Waiting for another Adnan Siddiqui to crop up on Twitter;) #waywardelon pic.twitter.com/yqH8giwKGB
— Adnan Siddiqui (@adnanactor) November 2, 2022