Elon Musk Unveils New ‘X’ logo- Replacing Blue bird symbol

Elon Musk Unveils New ‘X’ logo

Elon Musk Unveils New ‘X’ logo, Replacing Blue bird symbol: Elon Musk, the founder of Twitter, and Linda Yaccarino, the company’s CEO, have unveiled a new logo to replace the previous blue bird icon. White “X” on a black backdrop makes up the new logo, which Yaccarino announced via a tweet that said, “X is here! Let’s proceed. EnoughInfo.com

Elon Musk Unveils New ‘X’ logo, Replacing Blue bird symbol

The company’s offices in San Francisco had the logo projected on them, marking the most recent makeover since Musk bought Twitter for $44 billion last year. China Heavily Regulates Generative AI Services Like ChatGPT

His Tweet Said….

In a tweet, Musk stated that he wanted the Twitter logo to change globally and added, “And soon we shall bid adieu to the Twitter brand and, gradually, all the birds.”

Yaccarino and Musk both now have the X logo on their Twitter accounts, although the standard Twitter blue bird is still discernible across the whole network.

The new design has drawn criticism, with users bemoaning the move and the hashtag “#GoodbyeTwitter” becoming popular.

Twitter has undergone considerable changes under Musk’s direction, including changing its corporate identity to X Corp to support his goal of becoming a “super app” similar to China’s WeChat.

These modifications are the result of Musk’s desire to build a comprehensive platform.

Elon Musk Unveils New ‘X’ logo, Replacing Blue bird symbol

Elon Musk Unveils New ‘X’ logo, Replacing Blue bird symbol

Twitter has had technical problems and garnered unfavorable reviews from users and advertisers since Musk’s takeover, while having almost 200 million daily active users.

Users’ displeasure has been further exacerbated by the introduction of fees for formerly free services, changes to content control, and the reappearance of banned right-wing accounts.

According to Musk, Twitter’s advertising revenue has decreased by almost 50% since he took over in October.

In response to the crowded market, Facebook’s parent company, Meta, introduced Threads, a text-based platform with up to 150 million members.

However, statistics from market research firm Sensor Tower claims that since the app’s introduction, user engagement on Threads has decreased. BBN All Stars: Biggie Gives The Housemates A Set Of Ground Rules As Show Begins

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