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Instagram could change the way you verify accounts

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Instagram may be considering a change in strategy for account verification.

A new verification model that is no longer so exclusive, but also not free. We tell you what Meta could be planning for Instagram.

Instagram could charge you to verify your account

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The verification system is simple, as it only depends on a few steps. While everyone can apply for this option, verification is only reserved for brands and people with relevant accounts. I mean, they are famous.

So unless you have a high-profile account, are a celebrity, brand, or relevant public entity, you won’t have the coveted verification badge. Of course, there are a number of requirements that must be met by those applying for account verification. And the popularity of an account does not necessarily ensure that this process will be approved and this result will be obtained.

In short, it’s a simple process, easy to complete, and it only takes a few days to receive a response to your request. However, this dynamic that Instagram implements may soon change.

As mentioned in TC, Instagram could be considering charging to verify an account. A system similar to that used by Twitter with its Twitter Blue subscription plan. Although Meta has not given any comment on the matter, there are some indications in the Instagram code that could reveal this new strategy.

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Lines of code are read that mention a new subscription product and a paid blue badge, among other clues. However, there is no official confirmation yet. So we will have to wait for more details about it.

While this payment verification plan got off to a rocky start for Twitter, Meta may find a more effective model for implementing it on Instagram. Perhaps verification can be part of a subscription system, or a premium plan, that shares the spotlight with other premium features.

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