Elon Musk has brought a game changing feature for creators on Twitter
In terms of enhancing businesses, social media platforms, including Twitter, provide opportunities for content creators to reach a wider audience, gain exposure, and promote their products or services. Twitter itself offers various tools and features for content creators to engage with their followers and promote their businesses. These features include the ability to pin tweets, create threads, and use relevant hashtags to increase visibility.
Musk will now provide details of subscribers to Content Creators
On Wednesday, Elon Musk took to Twitter and announced a significant change for the platform. According to his tweet, Twitter will now provide email addresses of subscribers to content creators, allowing them to easily engage with their followers outside the confines of Twitter. The tweet received widespread appreciation from users and Musk’s followers, many of whom were curious about other upcoming changes he has planned for the platform.
In his tweet, Musk stated that this new feature will enable content creators to take their subscribers with them if they choose to leave the platform. This move was well-received by the Twitter community, and within a few hours, the tweet garnered over 6 million views and 6,700 retweets. Content creators in particular expressed their appreciation for the initiative, with users commending Musk and his team for the development.
This platform will provide email addresses of subscribers (who opt in) to content creators, so that creators are able to leave this platform easily & take their subscribers with them if they want
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 7, 2023
Some users even inquired if it would be possible to reverse the process, as they have subscribers on other platforms and would like to bring them to Twitter. This highlights the potential impact of this change and the value it holds for content creators seeking to expand their reach and strengthen their connections with their audience. It is worth noting that Musk’s tweet coincided with Linda Yaccarino assuming the role of Twitter’s new CEO. Yaccarino, formerly the advertising chief at NBCUniversal, took over the reins of Twitter during a period when the company is striving to reverse a decline in ad revenue.