20 thoughts on “How to verify a Twitter account [2023]”

  1. Hi! Thank you for the information. I’ve bought Twitter Blue, but still didn’t get the blue tick. I’ve been waiting for a week. What could be the problem? Will I get verified? Thank you.

    1. Hi! There are many reasons why the verification might be delayed or not received. It could be that Twitter is getting too many requests at the moment, or there might be a problem with your specific account that prevents it from getting verified. I’ll contact you by email to ask you for your username.

  2. Great article! One question: I bought Twitter Blue from the App Store where it’s more expensive. Now I want to cancel the subscription and get it again but on the web to pay less. Is that possible? Will I lose the blue tick? Thanks.

    1. Hi! Yes, you can cancel and buy the service again. I’d recommend doing it close to the end of the paid month to avoid paying twice. Once you have cancelled, the blue tick won’t immediately disappear, so you might be able to continue with the verification uninterruptedly.

    1. Hi! At the moment there is no requirement for a real name. I’ve seen many accounts with random names getting the blue tick. But remember it’s not recommended you change it after getting verified, so I recommend choosing the definitive one before buying Twitter Blue.

  3. Hi! Thank you for your article and the kind responses to our questions. I have one remaining question: can Twitter accounts with few followers get verified? Or my account needs to be popular?

  4. Hi! I want to get verified but I don’t see a way to subscribe to Twitter Blue in my account. The option doesn’t show up. Can you help?

    1. Hi! The most common reason for that is that you’re not residing in a country where Twitter Blue is available (the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the UK). But there are ways to subscribe anyway. Contact me via contact form on the website so I can help you.

  5. My Twitter account has been verified years ago, through the old method. It now says “This is a legacy verified account. It may or may not be notable”. I’ve heard that only Twitter Blue verifications will remain. Will I lose the blue tick?

    1. Hi! It does seem that Elon Musk is planning to remove all legacy blue ticks and leave only Twitter Blue verifications. However, considerable backlash would ensue from celebrities if he does that. So it’s uncertain at the moment.

  6. Hi, thanks for the info. Once my account got the verified badge, will it stay indefinitely? Or should I keep paying the subscription for it to remain? Thank you.

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