Now Twitter has also started working on business and shopping options
SAN FRANCISCO: Twitter introduced the SuperFollow (Fan) feature in a few days in which celebrities can sell their Twitter service to fans and now Twitter has started testing more tools that will allow users to sell their products and even That they will be able to make purchases themselves from such a website.
It first includes a list of live products and streaming that will be clearer than the business profile. This way it will be possible to order the product by clicking directly on the tweet.
In this regard, the ‘Purchase tab’ has been added. This service is currently visible under Superfollowers. It currently sells digital tickets and subscriptions. But Twitter is trying to go even further and make its website an e-commerce platform in its own way.
Celebrities can also make money by selling their tweets under SuperFollow, and the tab purchases currently show the list you have purchased. However, Twitter hinted at the expansion of e-commerce in February of that year. Thanks to this, the business community is able to promote and sell their products, and that too only thanks to Twitter. The facility is available to a handful of companies in the United States that are experimentally selling their wares on Twitter. It will be reviewed for a while. The final decision will then be made on whether or not to make it public around the world.
Companies and businesses can customize their listings as needed, and a special image gallery has been added. But the purchase section will be strengthened to create a shopping platform and many experts have given their opinion on this.
However, it remains to be seen how much success Twitter will have after Tik Tak and Facebook Marketplace.
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