So the new "Chief Twit" may have to come up with a few money-making tactics to keep Twitter profitable. And we have some ideas.
1. $10 fine when people return to Twitter after publicly saying they'd quit
When Musk first announced his bid for Twitter, people immediately responded by indicating they would leave the app should he take over. Few have followed through.
\u201c\ud83d\udea8 I'm leaving twitter but first I need to tweet that I'm leaving twitter and say I'm sticking around for a few more days to say my twitter goodbyes. U can try to convince me not to leave Twitter but I will tweet daily about leaving until I leave. At which point I won't leave.\u201d
8. $20 fine for every 12 months a person does not tweet
In an effort to make Twitter users more active, those with Twitter accounts who don't Tweet at least once a year should be fined $20 or close their accounts. You can't just sit on the sidelines folks, get involved.
9. $200 fine for every spam account created
As a well-known spam hater, Musk could put a stop to all spam accounts by fining the people or accounts behind spam a whopping $200 each time an account is created.
\u201cMaybe @elonmusk can stop all the 1000\u2019s of spam porn accounts from harassing me all day long so I can get back into twitter \ud83e\udd2a\ud83e\udd37\ud83c\udffb\u200d\u2640\ufe0f\ud83e\udd37\ud83c\udffb\u200d\u2640\ufe0f\u201d