For years, Twitter users have complained and even begged for the social network to verify their accounts.
Before now, verified accounts have only been given out to celebrities, sports stars, journalists, and other popular people the company deems worthy of having their accounts verified.
Twitter is now giving everyone the chance to get verified on the network.
However, there are conditions.
Twitter says it will consider accounts of users in following areas;
- Other key interest areas
It will also be verifying brands within the same areas.
If you fall into any of the listed categories, you will need to have the following;
- A verified phone number
- A confirmed email address
- A bio
- A profile photo
- A website
- A birthday set.
- And your account must be public.
Applicants will also need to explain why they think they are worthy to be verified and, Twitter says, you MAY be required to show a copy of a government-issued ID to confirm your identity.
If you application gets declined, you can re-apply with the same account in thirty days.
So, if you are that interested on having the famous blue tick, submit a request using this form, and Twitter will respond via email.