Twitter Might Be Rolling Out In-Stream Ads Good News for Creators?

Elon Musk is really gearing up to make X the everything app.

The Big News

Elon Musk's X (formerly Twitter) might be adding in-stream ads to videos, just like YouTube. This could be huge for creators, giving them more ways to make money.

Spotted in the Wild

A few users saw ads on Tucker Carlson's videos, suggesting X is testing the waters. This is a new feature, unlike the skippable and non-skippable ads we see on YouTube and Rumble.

Musk vs. Advertisers

This comes just after Elon Musk slammed advertisers for "blackmailing with money" at a summit. He even said companies could go bankrupt from ad boycotts.

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More Ways to Earn

Besides in-stream ads, X already offers subscriptions, direct donations, and even ad revenue sharing for verified creators. But in-stream ads could be a game-changer.

Sharing the Pie (Maybe)

The in-stream ads seem related to the ad revenue sharing program, but Twitter hasn't revealed their cut, unlike YouTube's transparent model. Creators are curious!

Thumbs Up for Creators?

Reactions on X are mostly positive. People think it'll empower creators and bring in more revenue for X, especially after the advertiser drama.

Not Everyone's Thrilled

Some users are still skeptical, preferring subscriptions over ads. Others call it a "late release" and point out similar features on other platforms.

Musk's Twitter Revolution

Since Elon took over, things have changed drastically. He fired a bunch of employees and made X a haven for free speech, attracting figures like Tucker Carlson.

Monetization Magic

Musk introduced monetization features for verified creators, driving premium subscriptions. The first revenue-sharing payouts surprised creators with unexpected income.

The Future of X

This in-stream ad test is limited for now. Will Elon roll it out to more creators? Only time will tell. One thing's for sure, X is definitely evolving under Musk's leadership.

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