As social media companies look for ways to increase monetization of their platforms, considering charging fees for access keeps popping back up as an idea.
Twitter launched a subscription service (Twitter Blue) that gives users a blue checkmark, edit tweets, and write longer posts. Facebook is launching Meta Verified subscriptions with verification badges and additional support.
Morning Consult surveyed social media users to get a better idea of whether US adults would EVER pay to use a social media platform.
The story’s different for content creators. Nearly half of those surveyed said they would be willing to pay for social media.
Read the rest of the results at Morning Consult.