You’re in luck if you’re a creative who depends on Facebook, Instagram, or both for a portion of your income. Mark Zuckerberg made a number of adjustments that would soon be designed to help you get more profit in your hands.
Your money will be affected by the first shift since Meta will “hold off any revenue sharing on Facebook and Instagram until 2024.” This includes things like memberships, sponsored online events, and others, according to Zuckerberg.
Those who run Facebook Groups with only subscribers will now be allowed to offer them original content. It doesn’t really differ much from what we’ve observed with Patreon and YouTube Memberships. However, it’s convenient to have a second platform where you can provide your visitors and members some original content.
Although Facebook and Meta have garnered a lot of criticism in recent years, this might be considered as a significant move in the right direction for creators. All of these modifications appear to be intended to make it simpler for you to expand your network, promote yourself, collaborate with new or unusual companies, and increase your income. No dates have been given for the implementation of these changes, but we anticipate that creators won’t be waiting too long to start benefiting.