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Facebook and Instagram will Postpone Collecting Creator Commission Until 2024, Mark Zuckerberg

The CEO added that Instagram and Facebook will allow more creators to participate in the reels bonus program and monetize their short-form videos on both platforms.

A year later than anticipated, according to Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, the business would “hold off on any income sharing on Facebook and Instagram until 2024.” Since creators now get to keep all of the money they make from those platforms, Instagram and Facebook will now charge a fee for services like fan subscriptions, paid events, badges, the company’s newsletter platform, and Substack rival Bulletin.

All qualified creators will also have access to Stars, a Facebook tipping system. (Facebook does charge a fee when fans buy Stars; they cost more on average, but artists get paid one penny each Star.) Additionally, the business is experimenting with a “creative marketplace that would let brands and creators connect for sponsorships and other commercial opportunities — a tool that directly borrows from TikTok, which has its own marketplace for marketers and producers.”

In a Facebook post on Tuesday announcing the upgrades for creators, Zuckerberg stated, “We’re moving towards a future where more people can pursue creative work they enjoy, and I want platforms like ours to play a role in making that happen.”

Highlights

  • Facebook and Instagram will both receive commissions from various products.
  • All qualified creators will have access to stars.
  • For NFTs on Instagram, Meta is increasing its support.

Additionally, Meta Is Extending the Use of NFTs on Instagram Which It Started Experimenting with on Instagram Accounts last Month

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The CEO added that Facebook and Instagram would open up their Reels bonus program to additional creators and let them sell their short-form films on both platforms.

In addition, Zuckerberg revealed that Instagram is testing out a creator marketplace that will let brands and creators connect for sponsorships and other business opportunities. This service directly borrows from TikTok, which has its own marketplace for marketers and creators.

As the firm deals with fierce competition from rivals like TikTok and YouTube, monetization changes for creators may help Instagram and Facebook win over creators.

Additionally, the news comes the day before Meta departs for VidCon, a significant four-day influencer event in Anaheim where it expects to actively market its Reels and VR capabilities to participants.

Sambhrama S
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My name is Sambhrama S, from Shimoga, Karnataka. I'm studying in MSC Biochemistry at Mysore University Mysore. I am interested in reading books, listening music, painting. I am also passionate to write good content on various day to day issues.
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