How will Twitter make money if it never charges its users? That’s the question on many people’s minds after Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tweeted last night .Twitter will never charge for tweets (commercial or otherwise). Musk didn’t give any other details, but he did mention earlier in the evening that, he had deleted his account on the platform, so perhaps this has something to do with that? Musk was also recently criticized after using Twitter to promote Tesla in an awkward way. More information will likely be forthcoming from the company soon – stay tuned!
Elon Musk Just Announced Twitter Would Never Have To Charge For Commercial Or Government Use
It’s official: Twitter won’t ever have to charge customers for commercial use of its platform. At least, not if Elon Musk has anything to say about it. The Tesla CEO and SpaceX founder revealed in a tweet that he’d reached an agreement with Jack Dorsey, co-founder and chief executive officer of Twitter. Both commercial and government accounts would never have to pay to promote their content on top of Tweets — his own personal contribution toward making social media platforms free. Just received verbal govt approval for The Boring Company to build an underground NY-Phil-Balt-DC Hyperloop, Musk tweeted on Sunday. NY-DC in 29 mins.
Zuckerberg Isn’t Happy Elon Musk Is Building A Social Network Of His Own
Speaking at TechCrunch Disrupt SF today, Zuckerberg admitted that, he wasn’t happy about Musk building a social network of his own. I’ve talked to him, said Zuckerberg. I think it’s pretty hard to create a social network that is only between you and your friends. He added: Ultimately, [social networks] need some kind of broader communication system. Maybe you don’t have all your friends on one service. For Example, Facebook recently bought WhatsApp for $19 billion so it could connect with more users around messaging and expand into other areas like payments.
Elon Musk Has More Money Than He Knows What To Do With And Still Can’t Stop Creating Companies
Elon Musk has trillions of dollars, and he just keeps setting up new companies. I’m not sure who’s keeping track of his assets and financials. But I would hate to be that person after, he says “No problem,” then leaves the room. He was asked about this by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey at a discussion during a San Francisco investor event, where Musk said he could see Twitter offering some sort of paid service for business or government users later on down the line.” Follow more updates on hostspotnews.com