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How to Get Verified on Twitter

How to Get Verified on Twitter

After being closed for almost four years, Twitter has started accepting applications for verified profiles again. Once the verification process is complete, the desired blue batch will match the profile.

How to verify profile on Twitter

You must be eligible to apply according to Twitter’s new policy. Twitter currently verifies six types of accounts. Also, you need to be recognized and active on Twitter without any fake account. For more details click here.

You can apply for six types of verified profiles on Twitter.

  • Government
  • Companies, brands and organizations
  • Media and Journalists
  • Entertainment
  • Sports and gaming
  • Activists, organizers, and other influential individuals

How to apply for verifying profile on Twitter

Many countries around the world will start accepting applications for verification in phases. You will find it in the ‘Account Settings’ tab when that feature is turned on for your account. If not, it will be seen in the next few weeks.

The application process is simple. Follow the instructions shown on the screen. Once the application is submitted, Twitter will respond within a few days. However, if the amount of applications is high, it may take a few weeks. No application will be automatic. Instead, people will be involved in every step of the process.

If your account is approved for verification, a blue badge will appear on the profile. if Twitter does not approve and you consider yourself eligible to be verified, you can re-apply after 30 days.

Those whose accounts have already been verified do not need to re-apply.

A verification program for high-profile people was launched on Twitter in 2009. The purpose was to prevent people from opening fake accounts in their names.

However, when it started accepting mass applications in 2016, many ‘ineligible’ accounts were verified, so in November 2016, Twitter shut down the facility.

However, in the case of famous people, the manual verification process continues. Four years after the closure, Twitter announced the launch of the facility again.

Source: The Verge

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