Twitter is offering brands up to $250,000 in free ads on its platform

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, BGR may receive an affiliate commission. Twitter really wants those free

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2023Sony 4K TV sale has discounts up to $1,000, deals start at $448 As The Wall Street Journal reported, Twitter has reached out to at least some brands with an offer to

match their advertising spending on its social media platform. The effort, according to the report, is a strategy being deployed by the business in an attempt to bring back

significant advertisers who have stopped spending ad dollars with the company since Elon Musk’s takeover last year. So, what is Twitter offering these companies?

According to emails acquired by The Wall Street Journal, Twitter is offering to match advertiser spending as much as $250,000. That means that, for every dollar that a brand

spends on advertising on Twitter, the company will match their dollar, up to $250,000. So, if a company runs an advertising campaign for $250,000, it’ll get a total of $500,000 in

advertising value. The company does note that the offer is only good on ads run through February 28th, so brands will need to run the entire value of the campaign over

the next six weeks. The tech company is dangling free ad space by offering to match advertisers’ ad spending up to $250,000, according to emails reviewed by The Wall

Street Journal. The full $500,000 in advertising must run by Feb. 28, the emails said.