In a Facebook post on June 21, Zuckerberg said there was also an update to “help creators build for the Metaverse.” He added that he hopes that platforms such as Facebook will play a role in the growing creator economy.
There were 6 new updates that Zuckerberg shared in him thread.. First, the increased revenue to creators has led the social media platform to postpone revenue sharing on Facebook and Instagram until 2024. “This includes paid online events, subscriptions, badges and bulletin boards,” he added.
Previously, the commitment to generate more revenue for creators was only fulfilled until 2023, but now the CEO is extending it. In June 2021 PositionHe said the company would take “less than 30% taken by Apple and others.”
Target content creator
Interoperable subscriptions allow authors to allow paid subscribers on other platforms access to their own Facebook groups.
In addition, the Facebook Stars section will be published to “All Target Creators”, allowing more people to monetize from Lille, Live, or VOD Video.
The Reel Play Bonus Program will be open to more creators and will allow you to crosspost Instagram reels to Facebook and monetize them there as well.
The Instagram Creator Marketplace has also been tested so creators can be discovered and paid for. Brands can also share new partnership opportunities.
Finally, the company is expanding its digital collection to allow more creators to view and use NFTs on Instagram. He added that this feature will soon be available on Facebook, “starting with a small group of American creators.” New upgrades are not available to everyone because the target creators must meet certain requirements.
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Crackdown on fake Facebook reviews
Facebook is flooded with fake news and fake content, and the company is taking steps to reduce it. June 20th, publication Launch a new community feedback policy in the United States to share permits and prohibitions. The company said it is targeting companies that use the platform for advertising.
“Companies must comply with a community feedback policy that specifically prohibits review manipulation, incentives, irrelevance, graphic content, and spam.”