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  • Updated: February 03, 2023

Twitter Blue Expands To Six New Countries, Spaces Curating Reinstated

Twitter has expanded the availability of the Twitter Blue subscription to six other nations in a bid to increase revenue.

There are currently 12 regions where customers can subscribe, including Saudi Arabia, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, and Spain.

Additionally, the company is introducing a new Spaces tab with podcast stations, live Spaces, and recorded Spaces.

The Space tab is already available to users without a Twitter Blue subscription, but it mostly displays the live audio sessions that are currently playing.

Additionally, Twitter is reintroducing topic-based themed stations that list the space station.

Even before Elon Musk became CEO, the business began testing it in August.

However, due to layoffs over the past six months, Spaces has had absolutely no curation.

The social network may now group together related real-time audio discussions by using algorithms.

Only Blue subscribers and "certain folks on the Twitter for iOS and Twitter for Android apps" will have access to podcasts on the social network.

Prior to Musk, Twitter also integrated podcasts, but the firm is now picking up some of those initiatives.

There wouldn't initially be a method to search for podcasts, according to Twitter. Thus, you must pay attention to the algorithm that serves you.

It is not unexpected that Twitter Blue is growing because the business strives to increase income in any manner feasible.

The social networking business made subscriptions available to Android users last month.

Twitter said on Thursday that it was ending the free use of its API and launching a simple subscription plan the following week.

Elon Musk tweeted that the cheapest plans could cost $100 per month, which can be prohibitive for some independent developers, students, and researchers.

The business hasn't released the price.

The good news for Musk is that a number of businesses, including PepsiCo and Anheuser-Busch InBev, are said to have paid millions of dollars for Super Bowl takeover commercials on Twitter, despite the fact that the firm has recorded decreased advertising income.

The social network and ad tech company DoubleVerify Integral Ad Science (IAS) collaborated last month to let advertisers know if their advertisements were displayed next to offensive Tweets.

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