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Twitter to Offer Tiered Pricing for Verified Organizations Subscriptions Based on User Feedback

Twitter plans to launch a lower cost tier for small businesses, following concerns raised over the steep $1,000 per month subscription fee for its Verified Organizations service.

Under the leadership of CEO Elon Musk, Twitter has recently announced the introduction of a new subscription plan for Verified Organizations. This subscription, priced at $1,000 per month, is designed to cater to the needs of larger organizations and provide them with additional features and support.

However, concerns have been raised regarding the affordability of the subscription for small business owners. In response to a tweet by Joel DeTeves, who suggested a sliding scale based on the number of associated users, Elon Musk stated:

"$1,000 a month is pretty steep for small business owners. We will have a lower cost tier for small businesses, but need to manage the onboarding of organizations carefully to prevent fraud. The $1000/month is meant for larger organizations."

With this announcement, it's evident that Twitter is working to accommodate the needs of organizations of different sizes while ensuring the platform remains secure and free from fraudulent activity. The introduction of the $1,000 per month subscription for Verified Organizations marks a significant step in Twitter's ongoing efforts to support and enhance the user experience for businesses on their platform.