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Elon Musk Announces Deletion of Inactive Twitter Accounts


Elon Musk Announces Deletion of Inactive Twitter Accounts

Since Elon Musk's acquisition of Twitter in 2022, significant changes have been made to the platform. These changes include allowing long-form tweets and removing the Blue Ticks of legacy accounts. Now, Musk has announced that Twitter will delete dormant accounts that have not been used for an extended period. This move may reduce the number of followers one has, as inactive accounts in their followers' list will be deleted.


Musk responded to a user who expressed concerns that purging inactive accounts might be a mistake. The user suggested that Twitter should reconsider the plan since the "historic" tweets of inactive accounts would be lost. Musk replied by saying that the accounts would be archived.


In a separate tweet, Musk expressed his appreciation for content creators on Twitter. He mentioned that Twitter charges creators nothing on their earnings for the first 12 months, and then a 10% commission is charged by the platform.


Recently, Twitter introduced subscriptions on the platform, allowing users to charge a monthly fee to their followers to consume their content. Publishers will soon be able to charge their users on a per-article basis, as confirmed by Musk. This feature will allow non-subscribers of a publication to pay for a specific article that interests them on Twitter.


Musk believes that the pay-per-article feature will be a major win-win for both media organizations and the public. It will enable users who would not sign up for a monthly subscription to pay a higher per-article price when they want to read a specific article. The feature is set to roll out next month.

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