You can make big money from Instagram and Facebook! Mark Zuckerberg himself showed the way

Nowadays people spend a lot of time on their smartphones on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. Many people also make reels and share their videos on this platform. Now Facebook and Instagram owner Mark Zuckerberg has big news for these content creators. Facebook CEO Zuckerberg said in a detailed post on his official […]
 


You can make big money from Instagram and Facebook!  Mark Zuckerberg himself showed the way

Nowadays people spend a lot of time on their smartphones on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. Many people also make reels and share their videos on this platform. Now Facebook and Instagram owner Mark Zuckerberg has big news for these content creators. Facebook CEO Zuckerberg said in a detailed post on his official page that the company will ban any revenue sharing Facebook and Instagram accounts until 2024.

He wrote in the post, ‘We will stop all revenue sharing on Facebook and Instagram by 2024. These include paid online events, subscriptions, badges and bulletins.

Zuckerberg also announced new ways for content creators to monetize their social media platforms, both Facebook and Instagram. Zuckerberg said the features will help “builders of the metaverse.”

So let’s find out what and how these features coming to Instagram and Facebook will help content creators.

1. Monetization of Reels: The company is launching the Reel Play bonus program for creators on Facebook, which will allow creators to cross-post their Instagram reels on Facebook and earn from them there as well.

2. Interoperable Subscriptions: This feature will allow creators paying their subscribers to access subscriber-only Facebook groups on other platforms.

3.Facebook Stars: Apart from this, the company is going to launch a tipping facility called Stars for all creators, so that more and more people can start earning from their reel, live or on demand videos.

4.Creator Marketplace: Zuckerberg said Meta has begun testing places on Instagram where creators can be found and paid, and where new partnership opportunities can be shared.