Twitter Could Soon Charge You to Use Their Platform
Just like many businesses, Twitter is taking a hit due to the pandemic. They're not losing users, BUT they are lacking advertisers. Because of that, they are exploring ways to make money. A possible solution, charging their users. Now, the big question: would you pay to keep your Twitter page?
As Simon Cowell says, that's a no from me. Full disclosure, I don't even use it now and it's free.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tells CNN that the company is in the “very, very early phases of exploring” a subscription plan for the social media site and that a test version will likely be launched by the end of 2020.
What else did you miss during the Dunken and Samm show?
- IKEA is launching their own clothing line. The line includes t-shirts, hoodies, and bags with the IKEA logo and barcodes.
- AND KFC-scented Crocs go on sale tomorrow. The soles are red and white like KFC chicken boxes while the top of the clogs have a picture of fried chicken. The Crocs also feature a chicken drumstick pin that smells like real chicken.
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