The American social media giant, Facebook is looking for a way out for its users to make money through its story sharing feature. Facebook, which introduced Stories on its platform four years ago, is gearing up to introduce a new way for its users to make money by placing ads that look like stickers in their Stories and receive a reduction in the resulting revenue.
According to The Verge, the initial test conducted by Facebook for the same it is very small, but hopes to expand it soon and then apply the technology to all videos in short form Facebook In a chat with The Verge, Yoav Arnstein, director of product management, said: “I cannot share creators or partners advertising because the test is still in the initial conceptual phase “. He explained that the broader idea, behind the same, is to offer advertisers a natural place to adapt their content, so, for example, if someone posts a video. from Yosemite National Park, a sticker could advertise a local business.
Story Stickers are just one of the organization’s multiple updates on its creator’s platform. Likewise, it makes its usual in-stream promotions for shorter videos accessible. The Verge upfront, only clips of three minutes or longer might fit these ads, but now, one-minute recordings can get promotions, which will be inserted 30 seconds into the content. Recordings longer than three minutes can insert promotions when 45 seconds into the schedule.
To meet all requirements for these in-stream ads, the pages serving them should have a total of 600,000 minutes viewed from any combination of video uploads – on demand, live, and already live – in the past 60 days, as well as five or more active video uploads or previously live video. Meanwhile, the live video, producers are currently expected to have 60,000 live minutes seen in the past 60 days to fit through in-stream promotions, as well as meet the video-on-need schedule requirements.
According to The Verge, Facebook Likewise, it is spending $ 7 million to advance its Stars feature, which allows live content viewers to tip with virtual stars, who each pay a cent to a producer. The organization will make free stars accessible during some live streams, and viewers will then be able to ship the recording hosts. The group will also present the virtual endowments that viewers can send. All of these statements unequivocally amount to the possibility that Facebook must adapt monetization with as much creator content as possible through ads. The Stories sticker presumably has the biggest ramifications, especially for Instagram, and could introduce a world that is slightly less about full-screen ads and more about those embedded in actual content. (ANI)
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