Twitter has begun to provide a business verification service

Twitter has begun to provide a business verification service ...

Twitter has begun to offer a business verification service.

Twitter announced that it would begin developing a company verification service on Saturday. This program was named Blue for Business and is now available for businesses and their members via the platform's built-in administrative dashboard.

In the next weeks, Twitter will be reviewing applications and extending access to a select group on a rolling basis.

Elon Musk, Twitter's parent company, said the social media platform will release post suggestion codes and make users' profiles or tweet status available no sooner than next month. He believed that "transparency builds trust."

He said, "The bookmark button is moving to the tweet details page, correcting image length cropping, and other minor bug fixes next week."

The network's advertising market is resurrected by Musk, who is reportedly offering to pay equal advertising expenses for its advertisers up to $250,000 per month.

Musk launched Twitter Blue, a verification service for governments, earlier this year. The gold checkmark was used for commercial enterprises, as well as to add new features like "reader mode."

According to a story in the New York Times from earlier this week, Twitter is considering selling user profiles for money in an attempt to increase revenue. Elon Musk, the owner of the social media platform, has been looking at various approaches to increase revenue.

Musk announced that the network would begin disclosing the identities of its 1.5 billion users and ending inactive accounts in October. In a response to a tweet, he said he was interested in permitting individuals to create profiles with fake names.

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