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M**a pays authors for original content on F*****k Reels

Meta* announced that it will be the original content creator for Facebook’s short video service* TikTok competitor Reels can make up to $4,000 a month.

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Meta* announced that it will be giving additional bonuses to Reels authors who post original content on Facebook*. The company warned that not everyone would benefit from the salary change – some writers would receive less and others more than their previous earnings. New incentives called “Challenges” will also be introduced, thanks to which Facebook authors* Reels can earn up to $4,000 per month by hitting certain goals.

Each month, the authors can participate in the studies offered by the company, which follow each other. For example, a content creator can first earn $20 if at least five of their videos get 100 views each. After achieving this goal, the user is given the opportunity to move on to another test. For example, get 500 views on 20 videos for which you will receive a $100 bonus. After that, he will be asked to continue with the next test. At the end of the 30-day period, the user starts the next round of testing from scratch. From the Reels Play Bonus Insight Facebook page* Creators get information on how many views each of their videos received in the given time period.

Only selected authors are currently invited to participate in the Reels Bonus program. The company said it plans to test various incentive programs and adjust payouts as more information becomes available. Meta* also announced the launch of Facebook ad overlays* Reels and is testing this feature with a wider range of authors.

* It is included in the list of public associations and religious organizations for which the court made a final decision, activities on the grounds of Federal Law No. 114-FZ of July 25, 2002 “On Combating Extremist Activity”.

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