Twitter Has Launched A New Tool To Help Creators Keep Of Their Profits On The Side


Twitter has launched a new tool to help creators keep their profits on the side.

On Tuesday, Twitter announced the launch of a new tool for artists called the “Creator Dashboard.” The new tool is aimed to help artists examine how they generate money on Twitter and how much they earn from monetization tools like Super Follows and Ticketed Spaces, according to the social network giant. Creators may also utilize the dashboard to look up information about their impending payouts and check through their payment history.

The new dashboard is accessible to iOS producers in the United States who have more than 10,000 followers and are participating in Ticketed Spaces and Super Follows and can be viewed through the app’s “Monetization” option. The company’s Super Follows feature lets artists earn money on a monthly basis by giving paywalled material to subscribers, while the Ticketed Spaces tool allows creators and presenters to charge a fee for their Spaces broadcasts.

How does it work?

A list of Super Followers who renewed their membership and your total expected profits from the monetization function will be displayed on the Creator Dashboard. The dashboard for Ticketed Spaces will show you how many tickets you’ve sold, a list of persons who purchased tickets, and your total estimated generated money for each of your Ticketed Spaces.

“Twitter is where people go to have conversations about what’s happening, and creators help lead those conversations,” a spokesperson from Twitter told TechCrunch in an email. “With the Creator Dashboard, we are continuing to elevate our commitment to creators on Twitter by giving them a transparent way to better understand their estimated earnings.”

The business says it aims to improve the dashboard in the future, making it a location for artists to learn about new methods to develop their communities and track how much money they’re generating on the platform.

Over the last year, Twitter has rolled out a number of new features and tools to help artists on the platform.

The firm began rolling out “Twitter for Professionals” for companies and artists in October of last year. Users may utilize the new profile option to differentiate their profile, promote content rapidly through adverts, and take advantage of Twitter’s future e-commerce operations. Although Twitter has given revenue opportunities for artists, it has not yet broadly implemented multiple profile kinds for companies, as its competitors Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok have done.

In October, Twitter unveiled the Twitter Spaces Spark Initiative, a new creator program for Spaces. The initiative is a three-month accelerator that attempts to provide financial, technical, and marketing assistance to successful Spaces on Twitter.