X (Twitter), the social media platform owned by Elon Musk, has failed to send ad revenue sharing payouts to creators on time. The company originally said that payments would be made the week of July 31, but many creators have not yet received their money.
In a message posted to the X Help Center, the company said that the delay was due to the “overwhelming popularity” of the ad revenue sharing program. “We need a bit more time to review everything for the next payout and hope to get all eligible accounts paid as soon as possible,” the message said.
The delay has caused frustration among creators who rely on the ad revenue sharing program to make money. Some creators have taken to social media to complain about the delay, and some have even threatened to leave X (Twitter).
The delay is also a black eye for X (Twitter) and its new owner, Elon Musk. Musk has promised to make X (Twitter) a more creator-friendly platform, but the delay in sending ad revenue sharing payouts is a step in the wrong direction.
It is unclear when X (Twitter) will be able to send the outstanding ad revenue sharing payouts. The company has not provided any further updates on the matter.
In the meantime, creators who are owed money by X (Twitter) should contact the company’s support team for more information.
What does this mean for creators?
The delay in sending ad revenue sharing payouts is a setback for creators who rely on X (Twitter) to make money. Many creators have already seen their earnings decline in recent months, and the delay in payments is only going to make things worse.
Creators who are owed money by X (Twitter) should contact the company’s support team for more information. They may also want to consider taking their business elsewhere. There are a number of other social media platforms that offer ad revenue sharing programs, and some of them may be more reliable than X (Twitter).
What does this mean for X (Twitter)?
The delay in sending ad revenue sharing payouts is a major PR problem for X (Twitter). The company has been trying to position itself as a more creator-friendly platform, but the delay is a step in the wrong direction.
The delay is also a sign of deeper problems at X (Twitter). The company is struggling to keep up with the demand for its ad revenue sharing program, and it is not clear when it will be able to send the outstanding payments.
The delay is a major setback for X (Twitter), and it will be interesting to see how the company responds in the coming weeks and months.
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