Twitter is working on subscriptions and other approaches as potential revenue opportunities

Bob Sirott

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Twitter has finally confirmed the world’s longest running rumor, and that it is indeed working on “subscriptions and other approaches” as potential revenue opportunities. Some users have reported seeing a new Twitter survey which asks them about a range of potential options that they might be willing to pay for, another step towards the next stage for the project. Social media strategist Scott Kleinberg joins Bob Sirott to share the latest social media updates.

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