How To Make Money as a Content Creators On Facebook
As a content creator on Facebook, you may be looking for ways to monetize your content. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the ways you can make money on Facebook.
In 2015, Facebook started beta testing a way for its users to make money from videos on the platform. The company had been talking about this for a while, as it looked for ways to monetize its massive audience. The beta test was with a small group of partners, who were able to share in the advertising revenue from the videos they uploaded.
This is just one way that Facebook is looking to make money. The company has also been talking about creating a premium subscription service, which would give users access to exclusive content. It has also been looking into ways to allow businesses to sell products directly on the site.
If you’re looking to monetize your Facebook page, it’s important to note that not all monetization tools are available in all countries. For example, if you’re in the United States, you’ll be able to use the Facebook Audience Network to place ads on your page and make money that way. However, if you’re in India, you won’t have access to this tool. You’ll need to research what other options are available to you in your country. There may be different tools available based on your location.
1. In-Stream Ads
In order to make money on Facebook, you need to start by understanding how the site works. There are a few different ways to make money on Facebook, but one of the most popular is through streaming ads. This is where you allow companies to place ads on your qualified videos. In order to be eligible for this type of advertising, your videos must have at least 1,000 views.
Once you’ve been approved by Facebook for streaming ads, you can start to earn money. The amount you earn will depend on a variety of factors, such as the length of the ad and how popular your video is. You can expect to earn anywhere from a few cents to a few dollars per view.
If you’re looking for an easy way to make some extra money, streaming ads on Facebook may be a good option for you.
In-stream ads will need 3-minute long videos on your Facebook page because this is where Facebook will put ads on. Ads might be placed at the start, middle, or end of the video, and they’ll be skippable after 5 seconds. This means that you’ll need to create a 3-minute long ad that’s interesting enough to keep people watching until the very end. You can still place shorter videos like ads, but they won’t be as effective.
In order for your page to be eligible for Facebook in-stream ads monetization you’ll need to fulfill these requirements:
- 10,000 Facebook page (not profile) followers
- 30,000 1-minute video views (please note: only 1-minute video views)
- Meet and remain compliant Community Standards and Partner Monetization policy of Facebook
- You have to be 18 years old and above
- You must be living in a country where in-stream ads is available
2. Brand Collaboration
In recent years, Facebook pages have become a major source of income for many people. There are a number of ways to monetize them, and one of the most popular is brand sponsorship. This is where a company pays you to promote their product or service on your page. It can be a great way to make money, and it can also help you build relationships with some of the biggest brands in the world.
If you’re interested in brand sponsorship, there are a few things you need to know. First, you need to have a large and engaged audience. Brands aren’t going to want to partner with you if you don’t have a lot of followers. Second, you need to be sure that your page is high quality. Brands don’t want their products or services associated with low-quality pages. Finally, you need to be willing to negotiate.
- 1,000-page followers
- Any of the following in the last 60 days: 15,000-page engagements, 180,000 minutes viewed, or 30,000 1-minute video views
- You also have to comply with Facebook’s Branded Content Policy
- Meet Facebook’s Partner Monetisation Policy
- Your page has to be in a country where Brand Collab is eligible
3. Fan Subscription
Fan subscription is where your loyal followers can show their support for your page. Your followers can pay a monthly recurring amount to become one. This will give them exclusive access to things like special posts, early access to products, and discounts on merchandise. It’s a great way to show your followers that you appreciate their support, and it also helps you make money on Facebook. You can set up different subscription levels with different perks, so you can customize it to fit your page and its followers. Fan subscription is a great way to build customer loyalty and make money on Facebook at the same time.
Fan Subscriptions are great for creators that have active and loyal followers. It’s also suitable for creators and brands that have added value. Fan subscriptions can be a great way to make money on Facebook. They allow people who want to support you to do so in a way that is convenient and affordable. This can help you continue to create content that your fans enjoy.
Facebook Stars is a new way for gaming creators to monetize their live streams. Viewers can send stars as a form of payment to watch the stream and the creator can then exchange them for real-world money. This allows the creators to continue streaming and creating content while also being rewarded for their work. The stars also serve as a way to show appreciation for the creators, similar to how people might tip a musician or bartender. The system is still in its early stages, but it looks like it could be a popular way for both viewers and creators to make money on Facebook.
With Stars, viewers can buy stars and send them to the content creator while he or she is streaming. Fans are also able to send virtual gifts, that have real-world value, to their favorite content creators. This gives fans a way to directly support the content creators they enjoy and allows content creators to make money from their streams.
(These requirements are for gaming video creators. Because stars for content creators is still in beta testing, there are still no clear guidelines and requirements.)
- At least 100-page followers
- You have a VIDEO GAMING CREATOR Facebook page
- Stream in a Facebook stars eligible country
- Stream a video gaming content for at least four hours and for at least two days in the last 14 days
- Meet the Community Standards and Partner Monetization Policy of Facebook
5. Paid Online Events
Facebook launched Paid Online Events or POE in an effort to replace lost revenue from the pandemic. The new platform allows users to pay for live, online events. The company is hoping that this will create a new way for users to make money on Facebook.
Facebook page monetization with the paid online events is when you earn money by hosting online events that guests can pay to attend
- Your page or your audience must be in a country where Paid Online Events are available
- You must comply with Facebook’s Partner Monetisation Policy and Paid Online Event’s Terms and Conditions
6. Instant Articles
If you’re a publisher, Facebook wants you to start creating articles in its new Instant Articles format. The social media giant says that with Instant Articles, you can create fast and interactive articles on Facebook that “feel like they’re part of the platform.”
What does that mean for you? Well, for starters, it could mean more readers. Facebook says that Instant Articles load up to 10 times faster than regular mobile web articles. That’s an impressive feat, and it could lead to a significant increase in readership if people are more likely to stick around on the site when they’re browsing articles.
Instant Articles also offer a number of interactive features that aren’t available on regular mobile web articles. For example, videos can play automatically, and readers can zoom in and out of photos without having to leave the article.
If you want to make money on Facebook Instant Articles, you’ll need a website that can be linked to your page. Articles from this website will be automatically published as Instant Articles on Facebook. This will allow you to monetize your traffic through Facebook’s ad network.
Instant Articles eligibility
Instant Articles is available to publishers who:
are registered on the News Page index, for publishers with currently supported languages OR
are in an eligible country with 50,000 unique visitors to their Facebook Page in the last 28 days
In addition to these criteria, publishers who have access to Instant Articles are also expected to follow our policies. Learn more about Instant Articles policies.
Tasawar Akram is A Freelancer and Social Media Guru