A New Verification Badge Is Coming To Twitter

Brands, companies, and people who may be tied to a specific organization will receive a familiar badge on Twitter in the future, and some specifics regarding the Blue for Business membership have been released.

Twitter announced its enterprise subscription program, Blue for Business, simultaneously with the Twitter Blue membership. As part of this, firms acquired a golden check mark, which is currently being expanded with additional distinction.

With the enterprise subscription, Twitter can also introduce another badge that can help organizations identify brands and people who can connect with it.

According to Esther Crawford, the platform’s product manager, Twitter is launching a test program with a few select organizations. This will be developed further next year.

We’re launching the pilot of Blue for Business so beginning today you’ll start seeing company badges on select profiles. We’ll soon be expanding the program and look forward to having more businesses added in the new year!

Originally tweeted by Esther Crawford ✨ (@esthercrawford) on December 19, 2022.

This is one of many changes to Elon Musk’s social platform: media businesses and brands can now use square profile pictures instead of round ones. However, it is unknown if all of this is part of Blue for Business. Twitter has not released any information on the subscription. However, it has been said that a business can link any number of people, brands, and companies to its account.

According to the most recent news about the social network, Elon Musk failed the vote of confidence he convened on Monday after numerous people asked him to leave the company. Musk responded to all of this by changing the rules of Twitter voting and tying voting to a Blue subscription.

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