How to Get a Verified Account on Twitter

Meaning of verification
The process of ensuring that procedures laid down in weapons limitation agreements are followed.


What is Twitter
Twitter is a free social networking microblogging service that allows registered members to broadcast short posts called tweets. Twitter members can broadcast tweets and follow other users' tweets by using multiple platforms and devices.

As of July 2016, you don't have to wait for Twitter to handpick you to become a verified user - you can actively request to have your account verified.

It will be cool if you had that white check mark in a blue cloud on your Twitter profile? Well Although requesting verification doesn't guarantee you'll get the coveted check mark at this time, you can increase your chances of getting verified by being active on the service and filling out a request.
We have compile a complete tutorial on how to perform this some all you need is to follow it carefully.


Submitting a Request is one of the first step you need to take before you will be be verified fully.

Step 1
Visit verification request form web page and make sure you are logged into your Twitter account to proceed.

Step 2
Then Confirm the username you would like to be verified.

Step 3
Now you'll automatically be asked to submit a request for the account you are logged into. Log into a different account if the one that displays is not the one you wish to request verification for.

Step 4
Click continue when you're ready.
If you are a company or corporation, check the box at the bottom-left corner of the screen to indicate it.

Step 5
Add any missing information. If your Twitter account lacks any information that is required to submit a request, you will be notified on the next page. Add this information to your Twitter, and then return to the page to continue.

Step 6
Check the section on Increasing Your Changes of Verification for a list of the information you'll need to have handy in order to be eligible to make a request.

Step 7
Enter websites as references. Provide to 2-6 websites or blog url that can be used to identify your account.

You should provide instances of your appearances in the news, high-traffic content producers, or other evidence of your public influence.
Your official website is already provided on your Twitter profile, so don't worry about listing it again.

Step 8
Now tell them why you should be verified. In the box below, write a clear line for your account vverification

Step 9
Click the blue "Next" button at the bottom of the screen. You will be taken to page asking you to confirm your submission.

Step 10
Click "Submit." Your request will be sent for review. Once a decision has been made, you will be notified via e-mail.

Step 11
Wait to be contacted by Twitter's @Verified account for instructions on verifying your account. If Twitter decides that you qualify for a verified account, they will reach out to you via direct message.

Step 12
Click the link in the direct message to be taken to finish the process.

If your request is denied, don't be afraid! You can re-submit your request after 30 days.

Step 13
Complete the verification process. The final part of the process has 3 parts:

(1) Learn how to Tweet effectively,

(2) Connect with other Interesting Twitter Users,

(3) Protect your Account.

Learn how to Tweet effectively gives you a choice between 2 tweets and asks you to choose which one is better. It has the form of a quiz, but there will be no negative effects if you do not answer correctly. It is designed to teach you to increase your Twitter followers.

Connect with other Interesting Twitter Users gives you the option to follow other verified accounts. Twitter believes that this gives you more legitimacy as a verified user.

Protect your Account asks you to enter a phone number that Twitter can call if there are any problems with your account. Once you have completed this step, your account will be verified.

Step 14
Finally Do not change your account information. Once you have received a verification badge,

it is important to keep your account information the same. Changing information, such as your profile image, can cause Twitter to remove the badge, forcing you to contact them again.

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  1. It actually a great development from the Twitter Team, when i saw it earlier this week i was shocked- but liked it, because Twitter Verified Team will be aware of many users and be able to verify them.

    1. Yeah Emmanuel Ekanem I love this new opportunity because it shows equality

  2. Nice development, things get better everyday, what am I waiting for?

    1. Lolz you better run go verify 😁😀

  3. I guess it's high time I registered mine. Thanks for the tip Zealmat

  4. Nice tutorial, I might just give it a trial and see...I wrote about this on but I don't give the tutorial on how to verify it.

    1. Yeah I saw the post and it was awesome

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  6. Wow.....I will do it ryt away..

  7. This is a good news especially to us blogger it will make our Twitter account looks authentic.

    1. chukwuebuka ogbuchi I agree with your statement because every blogger will love to see his or her self as a star too lol

  8. A good one thanks for this article matthias! Am impressed

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    1. You are really funny val okoye but all the best.

  9. thanks for this article, a very informative one!!

  10. Thanks for this information, I didn't know before, but now this will help me.

  11. A self sacrificing blogger Mathias, always at the fore front.
    Thanks for the update...going to verify mine right away.

  12. This really makes sense, seems beneficial to bloggers. Thanks for enlightening us.

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  14. Thank you for this post. I wasnt able to verify my twitter account which made me not able to post anything.
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