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Stephen King Says MyPillow Will Be Twitter’s “Only Advertiser” & Elon Musk Reacts – Deadline

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Stephen King I came back to call twitternew direction of Elon Musk took over the company. Now, the best-selling author takes a look at what kind of advertisers are on social media platforms after many companies have paused their spending.

“Soon, My Pillow will be the only remaining advertiser on Twitter,” said King. murmured.

Musk saw the tweet and replied, “Hey lol.”

In a follow-up tweet, Musk said he was “interested” in MyPillow’s quality and asked if it was “actually a great pillow.” Without saying enough, Musk then predicted a headline that might have been generated after the interaction between the two, stating, “Headline: ‘Stephen King tweet has caused my pillow sales to skyrocket!'” I tweeted. Rumaoh”

King did not respond to any of Musk’s tweets after the initial message. But it wasn’t the first time the two had riffed on the platform: In October, King protested against his Musk’s plan to charge users $20 to put a blue checkmark on them. Did.

“$20 a month to keep my blue check? F*** that they should pay me. If it’s enacted I’ll be like Enron,” King tweeted. .

Musk has countered this by dropping the subscription price to $8.

“We have to pay our bills somehow! Twitter can’t be totally dependent on advertisers. How about $8?” Musk tweeted.

Twitter users can now see a blue check mark next to their username after signing up for Twitter Blue for $8 per month. But when this option became available, many people used it to impersonate other companies and it got out of hand. The feature has been paused, and Musk recently revealed that it has been further delayed.

“We are delaying the relaunch of Blue Verified until we are confident we can stop the spoofing,” he said. Said“Perhaps individuals and organizations use different color checks.”

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