In 2009, Twitter introduced Twitter verified accounts with blue tick. The feature allowed celebrities and people of elite group categories such as music, television, film, fashion, government, politics, religion, journalism, media, sports and business to create a verified account on the social network.
A verified account carries a blue tick that distinguishes it from the normal twitter accounts. You may have an eagerness to know more about the verified accounts, the application process and its benefits. The Infographic below will guide you through the Twitter verified account application process:
Twitter Verified Account Application Process
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