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YouTube is updating its policies on Advertiser-friendly content to make more content eligible for full monetization.
Despite still being invite-only, drop-in audio platform Clubhouse has announced its first creator accelerator program - Clubhouse Creator First.
Twitter announced its first-ever paid product, called "Super Follow" which will let some creators ask users to pay to access their content.
YouTube changed its terms of service in the US to allow it to show ads on non-YPP channels and not share the revenue with creators.
After testing badges as a way for creators to monetize their Live broadcasts, Instagram is now expanding the feature to more creators, in more countries.
Next month, Google will be banning ads from running on websites that spread debunked COVID-19 conspiracy theories.
YouTube is testing a new Viewer applause feature that lets fans donate to creators in very much the same way as they do on Twitch.
Facebook has found a new revenue model: beginning on January 1, 2020, the company will take a cut of up to 30% on fan subscriptions.
As Facebook prepares to give its Watch platform a massive boost in 2019, it has shared some updates and video and monetization best practices.
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Facebook is introducing a paid subscription feature for Group admins to charge for exclusive content. The feature is being tested across select Groups.
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In a day and age where major social platforms are making it harder for anyone to monetize content, Twitch just announced considerable growth for its Partners creators and Affiliate streamers.
While allowing its creators and publishers to monetise their content, Facebook wants to make sure that advertisers feel comfortable knowing what kind of content their ads are appearing with. That's why it introduced monetisation eligibility …