Twitter has now created an application process for you to finally get that elusive blue checkmark! Twitter is actually opening the blue checkmark to everyone. The company will let users request a verified account on its website by filling out a form with a verified phone number and email address, a profile photo, and additional information regarding why verification is required or helpful.
In defining who will get approved, Twitter still says “an account may be verified if it is determined to be of public interest.”
Prior to them opening up this process, Twitter tended only to verify public figures, brands, and people in media, politics, sports, business, and other high-profile sectors.
To apply to get your Twitter Account Verification, you will need two social media links to establish your creditability, such as a website you write for and a LinkedIn account.
Then in a 500-words or less bio, you need to state what makes you worthy to be verified.