Even if your account is verified, if you don’t follow Twitter’s rules and community guidelines, you risk losing your blue verification badge.
If you do any of the following, your Twitter verified badge will be removed. You might not be able to get it back if you lose it.
By the way, regardless of whether your account has been verified on Twitter or not, doing any of the following is always a bad idea.
Steps to stay verified on Twitter
Beware! If you do not obey Twitter’s rules and regulations, the blue badge will be removed from your account without warning.
If you want to preserve that prized blue badge on your profile, here are a few things to keep in mind:
Don’t change your username: If you change your username, Twitter may revoke your blue badge. As a result, make sure you don’t change your Twitter account for no reason at all.
Don’t impersonate: If your account misleads people by changing the display name or bio to impersonate another brand or person, Twitter will not only remove your badge but also suspend your account.
Don’t lose your civility: remember, you’re on the front page of the newspaper. So, unless you want your badge taken away and your account suspended, don’t make anything that is rude, hateful, nasty, or glorifies violence.
Don’t do anything that isn’t allowed on Twitter: Are you unsure about the Twitter Rules? Are you unsure if something you’re planning will be in violation of them? To be sure, have a quick look over the rulebook. If you do something that is against the rules, your account will be unverified and perhaps suspended.
Make sure you’re using your account in a way that helps your company establish a legitimate, engaging, and genuine Twitter presence. This will pay off in the long run.
Obtaining a Twitter verified badge is a difficult task in and of itself, and losing it due to Twitter misconduct is something you don’t want to happen. So, in the public interest, keep your Twitter profile up to date.