Meta has activated the verified account feature using Blue Tick for Facebook and Instagram today. Here are the details...
Meta recently launched the verified account system we know as Blue Tick for Facebook and Instagram. We are sharing how you can apply for the feature, which is currently only active in Australia and New Zealand.
Blue Tick application for Facebook and Instagram has started!
The new Blue Tick feature, called Meta Verified, is now available to Facebook and Instagram users. Of course, it should be noted that only people over the age of 18 living in Australia and New Zealand can apply.
How much does Meta Blue Tick cost?
If you want a Meta-approved subscription, ie Blue Tick, for your Facebook or Instagram account, you can get it for $14.99 via iOS and Android apps. However, if you do this with a web browser and do not use intermediary markets, you can subscribe for $11.99.
How to apply Blue Tick for Facebook and Instagram?
- First, go to Meta's page by clicking here.
- To sign up for the waiting list later, enter your personal information in the relevant field in the image below.
- You may have to wait for a long time as this service is not active in Turkey at the moment.
- You can get a much faster response by moving your account location to Australia or New Zealand.
What does the Meta Verified (Blue Tick) Account bring?
To securely determine the authenticity of your account, verification with your ID card is done and your account is awarded a Blue Tick badge.
- Exclusive features:
Get exclusive stickers on Facebook and Instagram Stories and Facebook Reels and 100 Stars per month on Facebook so you can show your support to other creators.
- Increased visibility:
Expand your reach with increased visibility and prominence in parts of Instagram and Facebook, such as comments, searches, and recommendations.
- Proactive account protection:
Get impersonation protection with proactive account monitoring. Also, secure your account with two-factor authentication.
- Direct account support:
Get real help when you need it on joint account issues that matter to you.
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