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TikTok's Creator Fund, an original monetisation scheme on TikTok where it would promise to pay out $1 billion over three years to creators, is shutting down on December 16th according to reports.
Meta has announced that it will be testing a new monetisation method for creators in the United States, Japan, and South Korea, which it dubs the 'Holiday Bonus' or 'Year-end Bonus.'
Spotify is cracking down on white noise podcasters as they will no longer be eligible for its Ambassador Ads program where it used to pay creators for talking about its podcasting platform.
Snap has launched a new Lens Creator Rewards scheme that pays creators of popular AR lenses up to $7,200 per month. The performance of lenses will be measured in the United States, India, and Mexico.
TikTok's "Effect Creator Rewards" aim to empower creators by providing them with opportunities to monetize their content. With $6 million, the company rewards creators for their AR effects.
In a way to drive growth on the platform, TikTok is turning to more different ways to help creators earn more money. The latest rumour is that it is working on a paywall feature for creators.
Spotify has announced that it's launching its Video Podcasts feature to all creators in select markets. The company has also announced new features to make Video Podcasting a great experience.
Creators that have a significant number of followers on Snapchat will have a new way of earning money through the platform - mid-roll advertisements. The feature will be available later this year.
Google has launched a new product called Qaya in the United States. It's currently in beta and gives content creators a way to sell products and services directly to their audiences.
Facebook has provided more information about how it demotes certain content on the News Feed. This includes posts from "broadly untrusted news publishers" and "sensationalist health content".
Microsoft has announced another acquisition, this time by the way of Clipchamp, a startup from 2013 that offers browser-based video-editing capabilities. Its pricing currently goes up to $39/month.
YouTube has refreshed its website aimed at helping creators succeed on the platform. Several new sections have been added including those for growing your channel and making money on the platform.
Snap has unveiled its SPS 2021 Spectacles. Unlike other Spectacles devices, the SPS 2021 will not be going on sale, instead, it's being reserved for Lens creators so they can create AR Lenses.
Google has released its 2018 'How Google Fights Piracy' report for all to read. The firm explained the measures it has taken to stop copyrighted material being illegally shared on its platforms.
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