In addition, Musk revealed that he plans to take a 10 percent cut from content subscriptions on his platform
Earlier this week, Twitter CEO Elon Musk announced that users will be able to pay for individual articles with a single click on the social media platform.
Those who do not sign up for a monthly subscription will pay a higher per article price when they want to read occasional articles, Musk said in a tweet.
Earlier this year, Musk revealed plans to generate revenue from content on its website by taking a 10 percent cut of content subscriptions.
For the first 12 months, the company will not take a cut on content subscriptions.
Upon taking control of the social media company in October, Musk implemented several changes, including a Twitter-verified blue tick service and 80 percent staff reductions.
Before he finally acquired Twitter after a series of negotiations, Musk aimed to boost Twitter’s revenue generation following a decline in advertising income last year.