Monday, February 26, 2024

Report: Platform X could lose $75 million as advertisers quit


The “X” platform (formerly Twitter) is at risk of losing about $75 million within a year of its takeover by Elon Musk, a new report has revealed, amid a rapid withdrawal of advertisers.

According to the information published in the newspaper The New York TimesX’s ad department losses are the result of the withdrawal of more than 200 advertisers over the course of a year, including Amazon, Apple and Airbnb.

Since November 2022 Musk’s acquisition of controversial content publishers.


Advertisers’ pushback accelerated this November when Elon Musk made a comment endorsing a comment that was characterized as anti-Semitic. There he said: “I told the real truth”, “Jewish communities support hate. Of white people” and Musk tried to backtrack. Without evidence of what he wrote, he suggested he was primarily talking about his opponents in the Anti-Defamation League.

The US newspaper’s statement comes after Musk and others, as well as showing their ads next to anti-Semitic and hateful posts.

Although the platform’s CEO Linda Yaccarino acknowledged that some companies’ ads appeared with infringing content, X continued to sue.

It is reported that the public relations agency “11:11“, the star joins Paris Hilton, who has severed her partnership with X due to Musk’s position.

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Nadia Barnett
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