During the annual Ron Baron Conference, which was held in New York on November 4, Elon Musk revealed that after acquiring Twitter, he now works 120 hours a week.
With five brands in his kitty, Musk now is a very busy man. During the annual Ron Baron Conference, which was held in New York on November 4, Musk revealed that after acquiring Twitter, he now works 120 hours a week.
“My workload went up from about 70 to 80 hours a week to probably 120. Go to sleep, I wake up, work, go to sleep, work, do that seven days a week,” he said during the interview. Musk for now is devoting all his time to Twitter but he said that once Twitter is on the right path, he will shift all his focus to Tesla and SpaceX.
Musk finally acquired Twitter in $44 billion deal after a series of twists and turns. He made some drastic changes in the social media platform since his acquisition.
Musk got rid of the top Twitter management consisting of the CEO Parag Agrawal, policy and legal chief Vijaya Gadde, and the Chief Financial Officer Nel Segal.
Twitter’s workforce was reduced by almost 50 percent after Musk took over. Musk has also made significant changes in how people use the micro-blogging app. He has offered to provide a blue tick to every user who agrees to pay a monthly sum of Rs 650 or $8.
Elon Musk, the prominent entrepreneur and CEO of various companies including Tesla and SpaceX, has introduced a Twitter verification subscription service for iOS users in several countries.
The initial rollout includes the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Musk has also confirmed that the subscription will be made available in India within a month’s time.
In response to a Twitter user’s query regarding the availability of the subscription plan in India, Musk expressed optimism by stating, “Hopefully, less than a month.”
This new service aims to offer users the opportunity to obtain the coveted blue verification tick on their Twitter profiles. The blue tick is a symbol of authenticity and verification that helps users distinguish genuine accounts from imitations or fan pages.
While the specific details regarding the pricing for the subscription in India have not yet been disclosed, it is expected that users will have to pay a fee to access this verification feature.
By introducing this subscription service, Musk is addressing the demand for verified accounts on Twitter, which has become a significant platform for public figures, influencers, and businesses to connect with their audiences.
The rollout of this service to additional countries, including India, highlights the global reach and importance of Twitter as a social media platform.
Users in India can anticipate the forthcoming availability of this subscription plan and look forward to obtaining the coveted blue tick on their profiles.
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