The estimated amount Fabrizio Romano earns from Twitter has been reported
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The estimated amount of money Fabrizio Romano earns from Twitter via a new feature on the social media website has been reported.
Romano has now established himself as the most recognisable transfer journalist in the world, thanks to his 'Here we go' catchphrase and relentless work ethic in delivering news and updates.
Recently, he revealed his phone screen time from July 5 to a Twitter user - which showed him using his phone for over 17 hours in a single day.
Add the Saudi Pro League spending to the mix, and the journalist will hopefully get a well-deserved rest once the transfer window slams shut in September.
What is notably successful about Romano's strategy is the amount of interactions he gets on Twitter. Even his least popular posts receive at least 10,000 likes, while his most popular posts peak at over 100,000 likes.
His current pinned tweet, announcing Manchester United's opening bid for Rasmus Hojlund, has already been viewed over eight million times since it was posted on Wednesday afternoon.
Although many of Elon Musk's changes to Twitter (or X, as per its rebrand) haven't been particularly popular, one addition has gone down well - the ad revenue sharing scheme.
Twitter's own website states the scheme aims to 'help people earn a living directly on Twitter', with creators getting a share of ad revenue in the replies to their posts.
Now, the amount that Romano earns from the scheme per month has been estimated.
Fabrizio Romano estimated Twitter earnings revealed
As per Twitter user @MadnessFc4, Romano's account earns an estimated $86,780 per month from Twitter.
Over a year, that would equal around $1.04 million.
The figures have been calculated by an app called Notus, which estimates how many monthly impressions an account will get, and converts that into another estimate on monthly ad revenue.
Therefore, the final figure is a prediction rather than an exact amount, with the caveat to the overall year figure being that ad revenue could drop or increase depending on the month.
According to Twitter (via Business Insider), the payments being made to creators from ad revenue have been backdated to February.
Romano's Twitter account is one of the most-followed in the world, with 17.3 million followers at the time of writing.