Do you think you’re popular enough to get a verified Twitter account?
Then you can easily follow the steps given below to request Twitter to verify your account and then you will find out if it is eligible for you?
Twitter is an American social networking service on which people post and tweet with each other.
Twitter is found in San Francisco, California, and more than 25 offices around the world.
It was created in March 2006 and launched on July 16, 2006. The CEO of the company is Jack Dorsey.
Tweets are publicly visible but senders can restrict message delivery to only their followers. Users can tweet in the Twitter account.
Twitter introduced “Moments”—a feature that allows users to tweet from other users into a larger collection.
The users can archive one’s own twitter account data.
If the Twitter team finds your account as an account of public interest after checking your account.
Then you will get informed of your registered email and your account will instantly start showing the blue verified badge on the upper left next to your name, right below on your profile picture.
Another cool feature is that your account will also display the blue verified badge on search results all around the web.
So that when people are going to search for your name or your company’s name on Google, for instance, it will return search results that will include maybe all your social media profiles.
And within those social profiles, you will also see that your Twitter account with the blue verified colored badge right next to your profile.
Who can verify a Twitter account?
Account types that are entitled to verification are usually maintained by high-profile users such as in sectors like government, music, sports, acting, politics, business, religion, journalism, media, and more.
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And as per Twitter’s Help Center norms, in order to verify your account, you must meet certain criteria which are given below:
You must have a verified phone number in your account, profile picture/photo, a header photo, and a bio.
If you are not a company, organization, or brand, then you could also include your birthday.
And remember that you also need to set your Tweets to option in setting as “public” in the Tweet privacy settings.
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Also remember that, if you are not a company or organization, but an individual instead, then you will also need to include a copy of any government-issued ID.
which belongs to you and so that the officials can confirm the request.
But do not worry, according to Twitter’s help center, this information will be immediately deleted as soon as the account verification process is completed.
But in any case, if you do meet all the requirements then you can follow the given steps to request to get your account verified:
Verify Your Twitter Account
Go to www.twitter.com Click on “Continue” Select on the username that you want to verify from the list of usernames present in the drop-down menu then finally click on “Next”.
And now you’ll just have to wait for your account to be reviewed by Twitter’s support team.
Once your account has been reviewed, you will get notified by an mail in your registered email if your request was approved or rejected.
If your request is approved then you will instantly start seeing the blue colored verified badge which will be displayed on your Twitter account page.
If you are not eligible for a blue verified badge yet, you will also get notified through email, but then you will have to get out there and work three times harder in order to boost your account’s popularity.
And once it’s popular enough you will have to start Twitter’s account verification process request all over again.
On the other hand, If you already have a Twitter account, but want to get rid of it.
Then check out our Delete Twitter Account guide to learn more and if you find this information useful then don’t forget to share it.