Tristan Tate Reveals His Earnings from X Ad Revenue Share Program Entertainment

Tristan Tate Reveals His Earnings from X Ad Revenue Share Program

Author's avatar Shaheer Ansari

Time icon May 1, 2024   | Last Updated: May 26, 2024 at 8:58 AM

Tristan Tate, the younger brother of the two wildly popular and controversial Tate brothers has revealed how much benefit he gets from X’s ad-sharing revenue program and his earnings to date from X. The official net-worth of Tristan is a matter of debate, with some outlets estimating it to be at $10 million while others estimating it to be over $100 million.

Let us see how much contribution does X make to Tristan Tate’s net worth. You will be surprised!

X’s Ad Revenue-Sharing Program

Ever since Elon Musk has taken the reigns of X (formerly Twitter) in his hands, we have seen several new changes happening at the social media company.

One of the newly introduced change was the sharing of ad revenue with creators on X. Other social media platforms like YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook already had such ad-revenue sharing schemes for creators. Elon Musk announced in 2023 that he would be doing the same at X (formerly Twitter).

Elon, the Twitter chief (not literally because the company’s official CEO is Linda Yaccarino!) shares how much money has been paid out to creators on the platform under the newly introduced ad revenue share program from time-to-time.

Benefit to Creators

For example, just two months ago in March, Elon tweeted that “Since the introduction of our ad revenue share program, X has paid out an impressive sum of more than $45 million to more than 150,000 creators”.

Everyone must meet 4 requirements to be eligible: – be an X Premium (previously Twitter Blue) subscriber – receive at least 15 million total impressions on your posts in the last 3 months – have at least 500 followers – be at least 18 years old

Tristan Tate X Earnings Revealed

Tristan revealed in his latest tweet “So far @x have paid me 19,498 dollars in adshare revenue.”

Some comments under Tristan’s tweet expressed that the X ad revenue-share program is too conservative and not compensating for the time and efforts put in by creators.

One user wrote “The payouts need to improve actually with the kind of efforts we put in.”

Another wrote “Pocket money for you. Blessings indeed. Stay well brother.”

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Shaheer Ansari

Shaheer is a Journalist and Managing Editor at Clout News. His reporting is a medley of finance, crypto, influencers, and entertainment stories.