Newsletter wars continue to heat up. Substack seems to be growing fast Facebook will launch its own platform this month. Twitter jumped into the game in January, when . Soon, buttons to subscribe to the Revue newsletter will appear on profiles.
We want to give writers tools to transform their growing Twitter audience and engage in newsletter subscribers. This will be available for Revue newsletters soon, so stay tuned. Now, get back to work to continue building.
– Review (@revue) June 10, 2021
When you visit the profile of someone who runs a Revue newsletter, you can subscribe with a couple of taps or clicks. After confirming your subscription, Revue will begin sending the newsletter to the email address that is linked to your Twitter account.
“We want to give writers tools to transform their growing and engaged Twitter audience into newsletter subscribers,” Revue . “This will be available for Revue newsletters soon, so stay tuned.” Twitter said that the subscribe button comes to profiles on the web and Android first, and iOS a little later.
The move could make Revue a more attractive option for people who are thinking of starting a newsletter, especially those who already have a crowd of followers. Twitter is the main communication platform for many people in the public eye. If a Revue sign-up button is visible on a popular person’s profile, it could invite visitors to sign up.
Writers can launch free or paid newsletters in Revue. Twitter gets a five percent reduction in subscriptions to paid newspapers – half the rate Substack charges. Meanwhile, Facebook has said that this week it will not take even a measure of the creators ’earnings .
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