Twitter makes Meg Stalter make you pay for Twitter Blue

Meg Stalter in blue Twitter ad

Meg Stalter in blue Twitter ad
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Hey, are you wasting all your time on Twitter scrolling through bad footage, memes and bad news? Would you like to pay to use a platform that is already free – which you honestly have to pay to use because it causes so much distress? And do you need to reread your tweets one more time to see if that shit thank you is still going to go up, or if you accidentally used “yours” instead of “you are”? If so, Twitter has just the thing for you!

Twitter announced that it was launching Twitter Blue, a $ 2.99 subscription service on the site, last June. It became available in Canada and Australia during the summer. But now the United States is also getting the opportunity to pay for Twitter. Yipee!

This subscription service includes features such as a undo button that lets you avoid an embarrassing bumble (but only within 60 seconds), reading mode for Twitter threads, bookmark folders, custom navigation, early access to new features and being able to read articles without advertising on selected sites.

As for the ad-free articles, The edge reports that it will be on sites that partner with Twitter Blue along with Washington Post, Atlantic Ocean, BuzzFeed, The Hollywood Reporter, and hundreds of other major publications.

Twitter announced the arrival of Twitter Blues in the United States with a video featuring some recognizable personalities who have become celebrities in part thanks to the site, such as Dana Donnelly, Meg Stalter, Broman and Prance.

The video shows the comedians and niche internet micro-celebrities in 80s jazz equipment trying their best to convince you that Twitter Blue will make your experience on the hell side so much better.

“Are you ready to take Twitter to the next level? Then sign up for Twitter Blue so you can ‘Twitter’ faster, stronger, harder, smarter … and also stronger,” says Stalter, who takes on the role of infomercial Narrator.

So will Twitter Blue make your Twitter experience better? Probably does not. But points to get Stalter and the gang to do their best to convince you otherwise.


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