Twitter Ads Revenue: How You Can Become Eligible

A few months, Twitter announced that it would start sharing its Ads revenue with influencers on the app. The social media giant has finally made good on that promise, as it is gradually rolling out its Creator Ads Revenue Sharing program to influencers on Twitter. Over the past month, influencers on Twitter have continued to share the payouts they got from this ad revenue-sharing option. While the amount paid to some influencers was substantial, a few others got paid significantly lower amounts.

According to Twitter, the new ads sharing option lets verified users share revenue from organic impressions of ads displayed in replies to the content they post on Twitter. Twitter says this is part of its effort to help people earn a living directly on the platform.

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In this article, we will show you how you can become eligible to earn from this new Twitter ads revenue sharing.

Twitter Ads Revenue: Eligibility

To be considered eligible for creator ads revenue sharing:

  • You must be subscribed to Twitter Premium (Twitter Blue) or Verified Organizations.
  • You must have at least 15 million organic impressions on your cumulative posts within the last 3 months.
  • And finally, you must have at least 500 followers.

Once you meet all of these criteria, you’ll then need to ensure you have the following:

  • A Stripe account. Twitter works with Stripe to process payouts.
  • Ensure you pay your tax as your tax ID will be required for payouts


Twitter Ads Revenue

Eligible users will be able to join and set up payments from within the Monetization section of the app. All you need to do is tap settings on the app and navigate to Monetization. You should also note that payouts can only be activated when you have generated more than $50 USD. Finally, ad revenue sharing will be available globally to creators on Twitter.


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