Twitter CEO Elon Musk posted a poll on the platform yesterday, asking users whether he should step down as head of the company.
Unfortunately for Musk, it looks like majority of the people think he should indeed go home.
“I will abide by the results of this poll,” Musk added at the time the poll was posted.
But we are a bit skeptical on whether this will happen. After all, the Twitter CEO most recently pledged in November that he wouldn’t ban a Twitter account that tracks his private jet.
The account was then banned on December 14. So we’ll just have to wait and see.
This wasn’t the only significant Twitter news in recent days, as the company briefly suspended a host of accounts belonging to journalists after Musk accused them of doxing his location.
The company also suspended links to and mentions of rival social media platforms before making a U-turn on these changes as well.
New Twitter Square Profile Pictures For Businesses & Twitter Blue For Businesses
Eager for a new source of revenue, Twitter will soon begin charging a subscription fee for businesses to retain their verified status.
The social network has also introduced new square profile pictures for companies and brands on the platform, replacing the long-standing circular format.
The Twitter Blue for Business service is “a new way for businesses and their affiliates to verify and distinguish themselves on Twitter,” the company announced Monday.
Going forward, the gold check-mark that Twitter began applying to businesses last week will be available only to accounts that subscribe to Twitter Blue for Business.
Twitter did not announce pricing for Twitter Blue for Business. The company said it currently is piloting Blue for Business with a “select group of businesses”. in 2023, Twitter said it will roll out the service more widely.
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