Ku has announced that it will be offering free lifetime verification to all celebrities who qualify. Koo assigns a yellow tick against user profiles once they meet the criteria that are clearly published on its website. Free lifetime verification will be available to all notable personalities and creators around the world; Enabling them to build trust with followers, protect their reputation and avoid impersonation on the platform.
In addition, Koo enables users to migrate their tweets and search for their Twitter followers across the platform.
Koo co-founder Mayank Bidawatka said, “At Koo, we care about being inclusive in thought and action. We provide free lifetime verification to all notable personalities who qualify as a mark of recognition and protect them from impersonators so they can share their authentic voice with their followers. We are a merit-based platform and take pride in the transparent functioning of our platform that recognizes and celebrates excellence without a price tag. The Koo Eminence Tick is an iconic symbol that cannot be bought and we are committed to safeguarding this digital right for all notable personalities.”
“We have focused our efforts for the last 3 years to create a microblogging 2.0 experience and have become the second largest microblog with over 60 million downloads from 100+ countries. Being on Koo benefits every stakeholder. We would never charge for a facility that the internet was supposed to provide for free. Platform needs to be enabled. Do not remove
Ku aims to provide all facilities free of cost. Some of these include free editing functionality, a 500-character long post, long videos, the ability to post in 20+ global languages at once, ChatGPT prompts, scheduling posts, creating drafts, monetization tools for creators, users Loyalty program and active included. Content moderation which is best in class among all social platforms. Kuo believes in empowering every stakeholder to deliver a better experience on the platform.
To apply for the verification checkmark, users can visit the Koo website and follow the verification process or write directly to email@example.com.
Meanwhile, Twitter announced it will begin removing legacy blue checkmarks from user accounts on April 1, as the company shuts down the legacy Verified program in a subscription push. The move comes as the Elon Musk-owned social media firm has expanded its membership program Twitter Blue across the globe.
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