Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated that the organization will "hold off on any revenue sharing on Facebook and Instagram until 2024." In accordance with this decision, Facebook and Instagram will receive a part of the revenue from services including fan subscriptions, premium events, badges, and the company's newsletter service. Instagram and Facebook will broaden the eligibility for their Reels incentive program, enabling artists to monetize… read-more
California content creator, Sheela Awe shared a video on Instagram, showing his 93-year old grandfather's reaction who's suffering from Alzheimer's. However, as Awe played the piano, he walked towards her and sat to enjoy the music. Sheela revealed that her grandfather doesn't even remember her name. "Life is too short y'll Make… read-more
Courtesy: India Times
Content creators on Instagram will now be able to earn a commission from products that their followers buy from their profile, announced Facebook in a blog post. The new feature named ‘Native Affiliate Tool' will even allow creators to "display and sell their products directly to fans". Besides, to maintain transparency, “Eligible for Commission” tag will be shown at the top of such posts from the content creators.
Courtesy: The Times of India