No matter how hard you look, all you’ll get are speculations. There is no definite answer on how you can have your Twitter account verified.
I’ve been on that journey once. As an avid user of Twitter, I’ve been wanting to get that blue badge from them. It just seemed really awesome to have one seeing that only a handful of people have it. That said, I did some extensive research about it and tried to learn as much as I can about being verified.
Here are the things that I’ve learned..
There is no silver bullet in the process of getting approved.
Apparently, there is no specific way of requesting for your account to be verified. If you were hoping to send an email or a ticket of some sort, then you’ll really be disappointed.
Being verified cannot be requested as Twitter’s way of doing things does not allow it.
Twitter proactively verifies accounts
This is definitely good news for you. It seems that there are several things that Twitter looks into before they proactively verify your account.
Here are some of the things that others think Twitter looks at:
- Your Tweets
- Your number of followers
- The personality behind the account
- The kind of followers you attract
- And the likelihood of someone else will impersonate your account
Don’t stress yourself too much in looking for that “one definite way“ of getting verified because it does not exist. You’ll only get frustrated in the end if you’ll do that.
Rather than thinking that way, it seems that the best that you can do is be as engaging and as active as you can in Twitter. You should also stay away from things which may make you look like a spam. If you just go at it, you’ll surely be verified by Twitter.