An easy way to get ‘bluetick’ on your Twitter account

To combat fake and fabricated news, Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms have started the process of verification for the accounts of celebrities, allowing users to see the difference between real and imaginary tweets / news.

Celebrities around the world, especially politicians, prefer to tweet rather than make long statements, and Twitter has given them a “blue tick” after verifying their accounts, which appears immediately after their name.

Twitter stopped verifying accounts a few years ago, but has now resumed. There are a few things to keep in mind before applying for Twitter BlueTick.
Before you begin the verification process, make sure your account is real, reputable, and active. For this purpose, Twitter has specified 6 categories, and for Blue Tick, your account must be in one of these categories.

  1. Government
  2. Companies, Brands and NGOs (NGO)
  3. Journalists and journalists
  4. Entertainment
  5. Sports and e-sports (online games, etc.)
  6. Activists, moderators and other influential people

Follow these instructions to verify your Twitter account.

  1. Open the Twitter website and click on the More ‘….’ Icon
  2. Go to Settings and Privacy.
  3. Now, go to your account and scroll to the account information
  4. Click Verification Request and then click Start Request.
  5. Submit your request and wait until Twitter verifies your account. If Twitter verifies your account, you will see a ‘blue tick’ on your Twitter handle.

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