Twitter's Creator Subscription Programme, which attempts to support and commercialise producers on the network, has recently been relaunched.
Lower admission requirements were used for the relaunch, allowing authors to join the programme with 1,000 followers as opposed to the prior need of 10,000.
Through the subscription programme, authors can get paid by their fans who pay a monthly fee to have access to premium content, newsletters, and other benefits.
Additionally, Twitter has revealed a brand-new Creator Fund that will offer financial support to chosen creators who apply and satisfy the requirements.
This is a fantastic step by Twitter to motivate more content providers to interact with their followers and monetize their work on the site.
Twitter's relaunch coincides with the fact that it is being increasingly challenged by other social media sites, notably in the area of the creator economy.