Reels Video monetization will be made simpler for Facebook and Instagram users, according to social media startup Meta.
In order to achieve this, Meta is introducing a new program that will increase the number of advertisements in short videos uploaded to Facebook and Instagram. The business claims that modifications are being made to how producers monetize Reels films.
Meta discontinued the bonus program that was offered to creators for hitting specific milestones two months prior to this statement. The business is currently moving forward with its ambitions to add adverts to Facebook Rails, and thousands of users will soon be able to participate in Meta’s Monetization program. In the coming weeks, a similar program will be made available to Instagram users. This program differs slightly from the business’s customary revenue-sharing structure.
According to Metta, under the new business model, producers would be compensated based on how well their public-reels videos perform, with advertising being disregarded. Simply explained, even if a user’s video has minimal ad revenue, the more times it is viewed, the larger the revenue. Reels Videos are becoming more common in Meta’s apps, which is indicated by the decision, which was made in response to user complaints. How much money creators will be able to make from the new program is still unknown.
Customers must meet a few requirements in order to participate in this new program, which is now open to 52 countries but does not yet include Pakistan. These users must either have received an invitation to the payment program or already be registered with Stream Ads (ads). The profiles of these users must be set to professional mode, have a page, or be created. They must be older than 18 years old.