Paid Twitter Transfer: “Super Tracking” Announced


Twitter announced the paid Super Tracking feature that allows you to charge for tweets.

Twitter announced a couple of great features today. Among the new features, the most striking is that users can charge their followers for access to additional content. In addition to this, the ability to create and join groups based on specific interests is added to the platform. These are two of the most important changes to Twitter for a long time, but it’s worth noting that both features are inspired by models that have been popular and successful on other social platforms.

The payment feature called Super Follows will allow Twitter users to charge followers and give them access to extra content. These features could include bonus tweets, access to a community group, subscription to the newsletter, or a badge showing your support. Twitter also cited an example where a user was charged $ 4.99 per month to get some benefits. The company sees this as a way to allow creators and broadcasters to get paid directly from their fans.

Twitter Groups
One of the new features is groups and interests.

Direct payment tools have become increasingly important to content creators, especially in recent years. Patreon has been extremely successful, and other platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, and even GitHub have all launched direct content creator checkout features. Twitter will likely cut the price – the company hints at subscription features that will give it a new source of revenue – but how much has yet to be specified.

Twitter also announced a new feature called Communities, which will have a similar structure to Facebook Groups. You can create and join groups around specific interests such as cats or plants, letting you see more tweets focusing on these topics. Groups have been a huge success for Facebook (and also a major audit issue), but the service’s open-ended nature can be a useful feature for Twitter, as it can make it difficult for new users to get started on the platform.

There is no timeline yet for when any of these features will launch. In a presentation to analysts and investors this afternoon, Twitter used them as “what’s next” for its platform. has listed.

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