Twitter replaces its 'Super Follows' feature with 'Subscriptions' for exclusive content

Twitter replaces its ‘Super Follows’ feature with ‘Subscriptions’ for exclusive content

Super Follows failed to gain much traction, and Twitter hopes to attract more creators with more favorable terms under the Subscriptions program. For the first 12 months, Twitter will not take an additional cut of creators’ earnings from Subscriptions. Creators can expect 70 percent of their earnings from mobile and about 92 percent from web-based subscriptions, which will account for all revenue after app store and payment processing fees.