Meta Professional Mode is now available to all creators globally, providing more options to help creators build their presence in the application. It is similar to (Pages) for businesses, it gives creators the option to own a separate Facebook profile entity to promote their work, and build an audience. The new version of Facebook (META) is also offering new monetization opportunities and tools.
This new – Meta Professional Mode is called “Skilled mode”. Skilled mode offers entry to a spread of analytics insights, and monetization instruments, together with direct entry to options including Meta’s Reels Play a bonus program, that allows users to earn money for the reels they share, and Stars. Meta Stars is a feature that allows you to monetize your video content, photo posts, and text posts. Viewers can buy Stars and send them to you while you’re live or for on-demand videos that have Stars enabled, or while you’re live in a live audio room. For every star you receive, META rewards you with $0.01 USD. You can learn more about how Stars work here: https://www.facebook.com/business/help/903272529876480?id=648321075955172
According to Meta: “Skilled mode gives you the option to use skilled instruments and be able to construct a public following, earn cash from numerous monetization packages, join together with your viewers in additional significant methods, and therefore be able to do all of it on the profile you have already got on Facebook”. Additionally, the new Meta mode is testing new in-stream ads for creator content material, which is also accessible through Skilled mode choices.
In-stream ads are an ongoing foundation, which allows users to earn money by enabling advertisements before, during, or after long videos. They are also, testing Advertisements on Facebook Reels with a gaggle of creators throughout the globe, the company said.
Professional Mode will essentially give users direct access to apply these new features. However, this new feature is just testing, so users may not be able to do so. Also, post-scheduling it can now be done through a new in-app, feature called Creator Support Hub where they can find more accessible resources and learn how to solve common problems, including monetization eligibility, bullying, and verification requests.
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