In episode # 700, Eric and Neil talk about the blue check mark and what it indicates. Tune in to hear how you can end up being a verified user on social media.
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[00:27] Today’s Topic: How to Get a Blue Checkmark on Social Media [00:35] The blue check mark suggests that you are “confirmed”. [01:05] On Twitter, there is a kind where you can submit your name and argue why you must be confirmed. [01:30] It’s a way for famous individuals to protect their associates and not be quickly impersonated. [01:50] To be verified on YouTube, you need more than 100,000 subscribers. [02:05] Showing that there are impersonators is another simple way to get verified. [02:25] If you are running advertisements on Facebook, you can speak to the ads supervisor about getting validated. [03:13] Do not pay individuals who claim they can help you get validated. They are scammers! [03:30] A blue check mark hasn’t gotten anything for Eric or Neil, so it might not be worth it. [04:09] That’s it for today! [04:12] Go to Singlegrain.com/ Giveway for a special marketing tool free gift! Leave some feedback:
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The blue check mark indicates that you are “confirmed”. On Twitter, there is a form where you can submit your name and argue why you should be verified. Proving that there are impersonators is another simple method to get confirmed. If you are running advertisements on Facebook, you can talk to the ads manager about getting verified. Do not pay people who declare they can help you get confirmed.