Nigeria Eligible for Twitter Monetization as Users Receive Payments: See How to Qualify

X formerly known as Twitter, has started paying Nigerian content creators and social media influencers on the social media platform via its ad revenue-sharing model. The payment began in July 2023, and Nigerian users who were paid displayed different amounts received from the microblogging platform.

The micro-blogging site had announced the programme's extension to global users at the end of July, which means content creators in Nigeria and other parts of the world can now benefit from Twitter’s Ads Revenue Sharing monetization.

Verified users in Nigeria and worldwide, who met the criteria and the impressions threshold on their posts and content, received payment

Some of the content creators who were paid for July took to the platform to display their receipts and appreciate Twitter owner Elon Musk.

According to the creators, Musk has given them a reason to remain on the platform and continue churning engaging content.

Twitter Ad Monetization Legibility Requirements

  • To be eligible for payment you must have been verified or subscribed to Twitter Blue as individual or organization.
  • As a content creator, you must have at least 15 million impressions on your posts every three months. 
  • You must also pass a human review for Creator Monetization Standards.
  •  Users must have minimum of 500 followers

Twitter Ad Revenue Sharing Monetization Payment Method  

Qualified content creators are paid via Stripe. So you must have Stripe account.

How to Sign Up for Twitter Monetization

If you’re eligible, go to the Monetization section of the app found on the sidebar on the iOS and Android, menu on the web, sign join and set up your payment account. 

Twitter company stated that it might change or cancel the programme at any time at its discretion, including for business or legal purposes.

"X reserves the right to accept or revoke your participation in this ads revenue share program in its sole discretion, including for business, financial, or legal reasons. Please ensure you comply with the Ads Revenue Program Terms," the company stated.

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