Facebook has made a monetization option available to Pakistani creators


Facebook has made a monetization option available to Pakistani creators.

Facebook Stars, the newest monetization tool from Meta (the parent company of Facebook), has been made available to content producers in Pakistan to help them connect with their fans and grow their businesses. As a result, Pakistani content producers may now profit from their Facebook posts. Facebook has made a monetization option available to Pakistani creators

Following a visit to the Asia Pacific headquarters of global technology firm Meta in Singapore, foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto made this announcement. In a video message, he stated:

BIG NEWS from @Meta in Singapore. Thanks to the new Facebook stars feature, Pakistani Facebook content creators may now get paid for their work. In my capacity as the first official of Pakistan to visit Meta, I’m thrilled to share this news with you. I appreciate Team Meta inviting me.

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With Facebook Stars, you can get money from your text, photo, and video uploads. Viewers can buy Stars and send them to you when you are still alive or for on-demand videos that have Stars enabled. Fans may gift digital goods to artists using Facebook Stars as a form of support. Pakistani content creators may also manage their goals, track their earnings by type of content, and access different Stars settings. The feature is supported by Facebook Reels, Facebook Live, on-demand videos, images, and text updates. All content creators who have at least 1,000 followers who have engaged with them in the past 60 days are eligible for Facebook Stars Monetization.

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Reels, Meta’s TikTok-like short flicks, was only recently introduce to Pakistan. Reels immediately topped the list of content kinds across Meta platforms with the greatest growth rates. Over 140 billion times a day on Facebook and Instagram, Reels is play. “A vital part of our continued engagement in Pakistan is aiding innovators in creating connections and converting their ideas into professions,” said Jordi Fornies, Meta’s Director of Emerging Markets for the Asia Pacific area. We are thrill to share that Facebook Stars is now open to all eligible Pakistani artists. Allowing more people to start making money as their professional networks, fan bases, and creative production grow.

the alphabet Google has also made headlines since it has officially registered as a firm with the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), opening the door for other multinational corporations to establish branches there.

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