Earn Money from Facebook: Currently, the Facebook Reels feature is available in about 150 countries worldwide. Its free spread on both Android and iOS platforms. In that case, even though it has been entertaining since its launch in 2020, it has been reported that this feature will give you a chance to earn money this time. In fact, Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook or Meta (Meta) said that the company will soon launch a new feature to earn reel makers. Let’s get a little better at this.
How Much Money Do You Make From Facebook Reels?
Meta has launched a ‘Reels Play’ program for Facebook and Instagram users. This allows users to earn money by sharing reels. In this case, Facebook will give a bonus to those users who create reels and their reels have been viewed at least 1,000 times in 30 days.
- Meta says the Reels Play bonus program is part of the company’s ড 1 billion Creator investment.
- Under the program, manufacturers will be able to earn a maximum of, 35,000 (approximately Rs. 26,11,514) per month.
However, these earnings will depend on the opinion of your reel. The company will expand its operations in the coming days. Those who create reels in this program will be rewarded.
How to make money from Reels?
According to Meta, ads will appear in the middle of the Facebook reel in the form of banners and stickers. Also, full-screen ads will be published on the reels soon. Facebook will earn from this. Some of this income will be given to Facebook reel makers. According to the company, Facebook users will soon see the reels. The idea is that Facebook Reel could be introduced in place of Facebook Storage.
What’s special about Facebook Reels?
Various updates will be given for the reel from Facebook. In addition to editing and sharing, users will be given the option to remix videos. Users will be able to create short relay videos of 60 seconds. After the new update, reel users may be offered a draft option. In addition, I will probably provide video clipping feature which will help in releasing videos in different formats.