Twitter is reportedly offering Gold Checkmark for $1,000 per month

Twitter is reportedly looking to provide businesses with continued access to the gold Twitter Verified check mark, as long as those businesses pay Twitter $1,000 per month. News of the expensive Twitter Verified check comes from leaked emails offering users early access to the new plan. Twitter hasn’t officially announced any plans for a $1,000 per month tick yet, and according to some who reported on the pricing, prices are still moving and could change before the next Twitter Blue update is announced.

Twitter user Matt Navarra tweeted a screenshot of an email detailing this new Twitter Verified program. The email highlighted some of the benefits of subscribing to this kind of Twitter badge before laying out the pricing details.

“As an early access subscriber, you get a gold check mark for your organization and affiliate badges for its employees,” the leaked email read. “Next week we will onboard you to our administration portal and make you eligible for Tweet Boosting, which will increase reach and distribution for your organization and its affiliates when you tweet.

“If you want to subscribe, Verified for Organizations costs $1,000 per month and $50 per additional affiliate handle per month with one month of free affiliates.”

Navarra tweeted again shortly after on the subject to a additional resource. The information also reported on the supposed Twitter Blue update, backing up the information while saying pricing details could change.

Twitter Blue currently starts at $8 per month for those willing to pay to have a blue checkmark by their name. This initiative was part of the Twitter Blue overhaul that revamped and complicated the service by adding numerous types of checkmarks. There’s one for legacy accounts that have been previously verified, an identical one offered by subscribing to Twitter Blue that indicates whether or not a user is subscribed once clicked, a gray one offered for “government and multilateral accounts’ and the golden one is for companies. Twitter users have probably seen all of those at one time or another, but you may see fewer gold ones in the future if people aren’t willing to pay $1,000 a month for them, assuming this change continues.

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