Recently, Volkswagen also recommended its brand subsidiaries such as Audi, Porsche, Skoda and Seat to “pause their paid activities on the platform until further notice”.
US pharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences has also joined the ad boycott. The German company Allianz also no longer wants to use the social network Twitter “for advertising activities at this time”.
Meanwhile, Musk is targeting the Apple iPhone and happily tweeted on Monday. First, the tech billionaire asked if Apple hates free speech in America — because the company has largely stopped advertising on Twitter.
Then he claimed that Apple threatened to remove the Twitter app from the App Store without giving any reason. At first, Apple did not respond to Musk’s tweets.
Musk is a fork in the side of the 15 to 30 percent tax owed by app platforms for subscription revenue earned within the app. He announced that Twitter would focus more on subscription revenue rather than advertising
Huge drop in sales
Musk recently acknowledged that Twitter has suffered a “massive” drop in revenue since taking the $44 billion helm.
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