People have been joking about it for years - but Twitter is finally offering services, that you'll have to come out of your pockets for. Seeing how all social media apps just replicate what their competition is doing, I was surprised to see Twitter introduce "Fleets," or their take on the Snapchat/Instagram Story model of updates that are only available for 24 hours.
Then the development of their take on the drop-in audio app Clubhouse came about, knowing there's almost no way Twitter would get users to use their app for anything other than sending 280-character updates to wild "flewed-out" synopses from users across the country.
Now, they are somewhat "borrowing" the model of OnlyFans or Patreon by introducing "Super Follow," a feature where you can provide paid followers - exclusive content, of course, at a price.
Let's be honest, paid content is the hottest side hustle in America right now, especially after bouncing back from an economy shattering Global Pandemic and major industry rescaling trend for workers. Even full-time moms are turning to OnlyFans and Patreon for their major source of income.
Creators make money from tips from their audience, and can create multiple groups or "Communities" to share specialized content with.
How can this help you with your business or workflow?