Twitter announces to allow publishers to charge customers per article click

Elon Musk recently declared that Twitter would enable media publishers to instantly charge customers on a per-article basis. He referred to it as a victory for the general population and media outlets.

The function, which will go live in May, would let customers who haven’t subscribed to the service every month “pay a higher per article price for when they want to read an occasional article.”

Musk revealed that Twitter would take a 10% cut of all subscription fees after the first year, which would cover lengthy text and lengthy video.

The CEO of Twitter has been working to increase revenue with new tactics since the social media company’s advertising revenue fell last year. According to The Guardian, the company’s staff has decreased drastically from 7,500 to 1,500.

Twitter has also received repeated warnings about keeping an eye on digital platforms, with violations subject to fines of up to 6% of global turnover and even service suspension.