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So You Want A Verified Account On Twitter – What Exactly Do They Make You Do? [VIDEO]

Verification on Twitter comes with a number of perks, one of which is the little blue Verified tick badge that lets other users know that this person or brand is who they say they are, that they’re real, and that they can be trusted.

Brands can expedite verification by initiating an advertising campaign with Twitter. But for individuals, this isn’t an option. They need to wait to be invited to apply, and only then does Twitter verify that you are, you know, you.

So what exactly does Twitter do to figure all that out? How do they actually verify an individual? What sort of crazy, time-consuming hoops do you have to jump through to get them to hand over that glorious badge?

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Now Verified On Twitter: Catholic Church, George Osborne, eBay UK, The Irish Times, Save The Children

This is a weekly series of posts that highlights newly-verified brands, celebrities and persons of interest on Twitter.

Twitter verifies accounts to prove authenticity of identity. That is, the little blue verified badge is added to profiles that are at a high risk of impersonation to prove to other users that this person or brand is who they say they are. Occasionally Twitter makes a mistake, but, for the most part the system works, and the blue tick carries a lot of weight.

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Now Verified On Twitter: Mini, Amir Khan, Harvey Nichols, Wu Tang Clan, Lancôme USA

This is a continuing series of posts that highlights newly-verified brands, celebrities and persons of interest on Twitter.

Twitter verifies accounts to prove authenticity of identity. That is, the little blue verified badge is added to profiles that are at a high risk of impersonation to prove to other users that this person or brand is who they say they are. Occasionally Twitter makes a mistake, but, for the most part the system works, and the blue tick carries a lot of weight.

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Now Verified On Twitter: Rolling Stone, Jillian Michaels, Next, Lee Mack, US Airways

This is a continuing series of posts that highlights newly-verified brands, celebrities and persons of interest on Twitter.

Twitter verifies accounts to prove authenticity of identity. That is, the little blue verified badge is added to profiles that are at a high risk of impersonation to prove to other users that this person or brand is who they say they are. Occasionally Twitter makes a mistake, but, for the most part the system works, and the blue tick carries a lot of weight.

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Now Verified On Twitter: The Avengers, John Bishop, Chester Cheetah, Warwick Davis, The Hangover

This is a continuing series of posts that will highlight newly-verified brands, celebrities and persons of interest on Twitter.

Twitter verifies accounts to prove authenticity of identity. That is, the little blue verified badge is added to profiles that are at a high risk of impersonation to prove to other users that this person or brand is who they say they are. Occasionally Twitter makes a mistake, but, for the most part the system works, and the blue tick carries a lot of weight.

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Now Verified On Twitter: Politico, Gerard Butler, UK Space Agency, The Clash, Burger King

This is a continuing series of posts that will highlight newly-verified brands, celebrities and persons of interest on Twitter.

Twitter verifies accounts to prove authenticity of identity. That is, the little blue verified badge is added to profiles that are at a high risk of impersonation to prove to other users that this person or brand is who they say they are. Occasionally Twitter makes a mistake, but, for the most part the system works, and the blue tick carries a lot of weight.

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Now Verified On Twitter: Financial Times, Yeardley Smith, Met Office, Irvine Welsh, Hed Kandi

This is a continuing series of posts that will highlight newly-verified brands, celebrities and persons of interest on Twitter.

Twitter verifies accounts to prove authenticity of identity. That is, the little blue verified badge is added to profiles that are at a high risk of impersonation to prove to other users that this person or brand is who they say they are. Occasionally Twitter makes a mistake, but, for the most part the system works, and the blue tick carries a lot of weight.

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Now Verified On Twitter: Barclays, David Ferrer, Qatar Airways, Fleetwood Mac, Land Rover

Published weekly each Monday morning, this is a continuing series of posts that will highlight newly-verified brands, celebrities and persons of interest on Twitter.

Twitter verifies accounts to prove authenticity of identity. That is, the little blue verified badge is added to profiles that are at a high risk of impersonation to prove to other users that this person or brand is who they say they are. Occasionally Twitter makes a mistake, but, for the most part the system works, and the blue tick carries a lot of weight.

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Now Verified On Twitter: Carlsberg, The Archers, L’Oreal USA, Mr T, McDonald’s Customer Service

This is a continuing series of posts that will highlight newly verified brands, celebrities, official bodies and other persons and organisations of interest on Twitter.

Twitter verifies accounts to prove authenticity of identity. That is, the little blue verified badge is added to profiles that are at a high risk of impersonation to prove to other users that this person or brand is who they say they are. Occasionally Twitter makes a mistake, but, for the most part the system works, and the blue tick carries a lot of weight.

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Now Verified On Twitter: Foot Locker, BBC iPlayer, Vine, Linda McCartney Foods, Francis Bacon

This is the first post in a new series that will highlight newly verified brands, celebrities and persons of interest on Twitter.

Twitter verifies accounts to prove authenticity of identity. That is, the little blue verified badge is added to profiles that are at a high risk of impersonation to prove to other users that this person or brand is who they say they are. Occasionally Twitter makes a mistake, but, for the most part the system works, and the blue tick carries a lot of weight.

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