- Compose and schedule newsletters
- Embed Tweets
- Import email lists
- Analyze engagement
- Earn money from paid subscribers
Twitter is known for being a space where people gain followers through sharing short snippets of their thoughts on the platform. Authors, thought leaders, businesses, and more use Twitter every day to connect with their audiences and build loyal followings. Many have formed such strong bonds with their communities that they are now turning to other places where they can publish longer content, beyond the 280 character limit, in order to satisfy their audience.
Although Revue will stay as a standalone service, their integration will make it easier for audiences and authors to find each other, while helping Twitter become a better home for writers.
The bigger idea behind the acquisition is to help the two platforms drive more conversation on both of them simultaneously. Enabling users to subscribe to the newsletters of their favourite authors directly through Twitter will enable writers to direct them to their longer, private content, while the discussion over the premium content will flow back to Twitter.