Facebook has recently announced a handful of new updates to it’s video monetization program. These updates include: the ability to earn revenue from short-form content, monetization becoming available to more creators, and new monetization options for live streaming on Facebook.
Facebook recently introduced some new ways to monetize your video content on Facebook and Instagram. These include Fan Subscriptions, Stars, and new updates to in-stream ad breaks. There are also a few new updates to monetization on Instagram live and IGTV. Continue reading for the full details.
Starting August 1st, 2020 Facebook will be integrating official music videos from artists into their official Facebook Pages. If you operate a Musician Page on Facebook and are working with a video distributor, you now have the option to automatically display your official music videos directly on your Facebook page. Continue reading for more details.
Facebook recently announced a handful of new video tools and updates, focused on live streaming, Facebook’s Watch Party and Creator Studio, as well as an option to schedule content on Instagram and IGTV. Continue reading for the full details.
Facbeook has now launched it’s Watch Party feature to all pages and profiles in the world. This feature lets Facebook users watch videos simultaneously together online. Continue reading for the full details.
With the recent launch of Instagram’s IGTV video platform, it’s important to understand how to best film, optimize, and upload full screen vertical videos for the new service. Instagram released a helpful Creator Handbook for IGTV, but since it’s almost 50 pages long we’ve distilled some best practices to help guide your production when filming IGTV content with a mobile device. Read our full guide below.
Instagram has launched IGTV, a new app that supports long-form vertical videos. IGTV has it’s own standalone app, but you can also launch IGTV from within the standard Instagram app. Continue reading to find out more about IGTV and how to get started using the app.
Facebook recently announced that they will soon be increasing pre-roll ads for videos on their platform. They also are now giving more detail on several new monetization tools and formats, as well as what types of videos will not be eligible for ads on the platform. Continue reading for the latest details on Facebook video monetization.
Facebook has recently shared updates to their video monetization and distribution tools and features. One of the most important of these updates is the testing of pre-roll ads on videos. Continue reading for details on all of these updates.
We’re very excited to announce that starting this week, Quarterlab can now protect your copyrighted content on Instagram. We’re thrilled to add Instagram to the other platforms we prevent piracy on, including YouTube, Facebook, Dailymotion, Vimeo, and many more.