Get Your Verified Blue Checkmark on Twitter
One of the most difficult things to do, it seems, is to get that little blue checkmark on your Twitter account profile page that tells people that you are who you claim to be. There are so many imposter, fan and parody twitter accounts out there squatting on the names of celebrities—how are you to know if your favorite celebrity is really posting the tweets you see on Twitter unless they have that blue checkmark of verification? And if you are a celebrity yourself in need of verification, how to you get the attention of someone at Twitter to award you your blue checkmark of verification?
I can’t make any guarantees, but I have a plan: come on One Question Interviews and get “Verified-by-Video”
You can come on the show—show your face—talk about all your latest projects in your own words, answer one random question and then, on camera, tell me your Twitter username and from that moment on everyone will know that it is really you behind that Twitter account.
I can’t promise you will be awarded a blue checkmark of verification, but I can honestly say several of my guests interviewed on the show with no blue checkmark and soon after they were verified.
So fill out the Suggest a Celebrity form and suggest yourself! If you are chosen as a guest, we will make sure you and all your social media accounts are Verified-by-Video.