Facebook enables monetization for Pakistani content creators

Pakistan requested that the tech behemoths, such as Facebook, TikTok, and Google, build liaison offices here, earlier this year. Facebook monetization had also been requested so that content creators can earn through their work.

According to an important development highlighted by Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto, the top social media site Facebook will now allow Pakistani content creators to make money from their work.

The development came as FM Bhutto visited Meta’s Asia Pacific offices during his Singapore tour.
FM referred to it as big news in a social media post and noted that he was the first Pakistani official to visit the Meta office. Creators can now monetize their Facebook material, according to Minister, thanks to this new function.

This development is made possible through a new “stars” feature on Facebook. The more stars they get the more money they will earn.

The concept of the social media ads is well known to a large number of users. In recent years, video monetization was introduced by Meta, the parent company of Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, but it was only made available to a select group of Facebook partners.

Earlier, digital media organizations and creators paid international companies to apply for monetization from those regions.

Written by Shaheer Ahmed


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