An important meta announcement for those earning from Facebook and Instagram
California: Meta subsidiaries Facebook and Instagram will not share their revenue from content creators on their platforms until 2024. Earlier, Meta said the company would not receive its share of creators’ revenue until 2023. Will do.
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced in a post about the monetization updates for Facebook and Instagram.
According to the post, the creators make money on the platform through fan subscriptions, paid events, badges and other ways and these companies are opening up more ways for the creators to make money so that they can be lured away from tick talk.
With the help of a new feature, creators on Facebook who have subscribers on other platforms will be able to give access to subscriber-only groups to their fans.
Zuckerberg also announced that creators would be eligible for monetization programs such as cash bonuses for making popular releases.
It should be noted that Facebook Rails is a copy of Tik Tak.
The Real Bonus program will soon be launched for more users on Facebook and creators will be able to monetize Instagram videos posted on Facebook.