Getting verified on Twitter was never easy. It’s been a few months since Twitter allowed all of it’s users to become verified on Twitter. Prior to this time users were verified typically included: Accounts maintained by users in government, politics, religion, journalism, media, sports, business, and other key interest areas. If it was a personal account vs. a brand that person had to be in media, and/or work at a major company with a title etc.

Getting verified on your Twitter account means you get a check mark next to your Twitter handle. It makes you look more official. It gives you or your brand the appearance of social influence. Getting verified is also a sign of social proof to your Twitter followers.





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Written by tiroberts
2095 days ago

You did a great job detailing this process and all it requires.



Written by Inspiretothrive
2094 days ago

Thank you Tiroberts. I'd love to know if you tried too.



Written by lyceum
2097 days ago

I tried a pretty long ago and I haven't heard about. I did after I read a post on Small Business Trends on how to verify your account. Why didn't they charge money for a verified account? I will try again in the near future.



Written by Inspiretothrive
2097 days ago

If they charged money it will lose value for the blue checkmark, it is supposed to be like an honor. You can't pay for honor :)



Written by lyceum
2098 days ago

Lisa: I am still waiting... I wonder if I should get the "globe" verification instead? ;)



Written by Inspiretothrive
2098 days ago

LOL, many are still waiting. Did you get an answer back? You can try again in 30 days.



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