New Delhi : Given the increasing influence of social media. Every day, every social media platform does new special things to make their product even better. Today we are going to tell you one such special news. Let us tell you that there is great news for Facebook users.
Mark Zuckerberg’s new policy
Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said on Wednesday that Facebook is setting up a program to pay out $1 billion to creators by the end of 2022, who create influencers on its platform. Part of the effort to seduce. As we know that new social media platforms are coming every day, in this fast-paced era, there is a new way for Facebook to keep its grip and to stay ground in the competition.
can earn money like this
According to a New York Times report, social network company Facebook said that $1 billion will be allocated among all types of creators, encouraging influencers to create and post original content on Facebook. Influencers will be able to make money using specific Facebook and Instagram features. For example, if creators regularly live stream, they can earn cash.
There will be a special place for the creators
Let us tell you that in the last one year, a fierce battle has started between the tech companies, who are engaged in wooing the online content creators. This includes companies including Tik Tok and YouTube. Facebook said it plans to create a dedicated place for creators to track their bonuses on Instagram and Facebook by the end of the year.
Know what is Facebook’s plan?
Let us tell you that this is not the first time that Facebook has asked creators to pay money for the use of their products. The company has also introduced features like IGTV, a long-form video and reel similar to YouTube that works similar to Tik Tok. In December, Facebook pledged to invest $10 million in the black gaming community over the next two years, with some creators guaranteeing monthly payments for using Facebook Gaming, a streaming platform similar to Twitch. In November, Snapchat began giving out $1 million per day to content creators who post on the app’s Spotlight feature, which functions similarly to TikTok.