A verified Twitter account lets other users know you are who you say you are, thanks a nice blue badge right next to your username.
For a long time, the blue tick was reserved for celebrities, journalists, athletes, politicians and high-profile public figures: in other words, people who were most likely to be impersonated on Twitter.
That was before.
As per a company’s recent announcement, the application process to become a verified Twitter account is now open to any key individual or organization of public interest, which includes businesses and brands!
Our goal with this update is to help more people find great, high-quality accounts to follow, and for creators and influencers – no matter where they are in the world – to easily connect with a broader audience.