Twitter Verification Policy Change Leads to Unverification of O ON
Popular twitter account O ON is set to be unverified due to changes in twitter's verification policy which now requires payment for profile verification leading many users concerned about what this means for smaller accounts or independent creators who rely on social media platforms like twitter
Mar. 31, 2023 1:41PM
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The popular Twitter account, O ON, will be unverified in a few hours due to the new policy from Twitter that requires payment for verification of profiles. This news has come as a shock to many followers who have been with the account since it was first verified two years ago. The creator of the account expressed their gratitude towards the followers and stated that they were thankful for all the support they had received over the past two years. They also mentioned how it was because of these followers that Twitter noticed them and decided to verify their profile in the first place. This sudden change in policy has left many users confused and concerned about what this means for other accounts on Twitter. Many are worried that this could lead to an increase in pay-to-play accounts, where those with more money can get their profiles verified faster than those without. Others are concerned about what this means for smaller accounts or independent creators who rely on social media platforms like Twitter for exposure and growth. Twitter has yet to comment on these concerns but some experts believe that this could be a sign of things to come from other social media platforms as well. With more people turning towards digital platforms for entertainment, communication, and networking, companies like Twitter may start implementing similar policies in order to monetize their services even further. For now though, all eyes are on O ON as they prepare to say goodbye to their verified status after two years of success on the platform. While there is no doubt that they will continue creating content regardless of whether or not they are verified, it remains unclear how this policy change will affect other users on Twitter going forward.