5 Ways to Start Making $3000 Yearly on Facebook

5 Ways to Start Making $3000 Yearly on Facebook

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1. Create videos with in-stream ads

In-stream ads attract the attention of a captive audience and are ideal for creators and brands with a sizeable audience. When a user is part-way through watching a Facebook video, they are more likely to watch the entirety of an ad if it means they can continue on with the original content—unlike a standalone ad in their feed, which they’re more likely to skip.

Get started: Think about what you want to achieve with your videos and what stories you can tell about your brand. If you want to advertise mid-roll, try adding in one- to two-second natural pauses when you create your videos where an in-stream ad could slot in.

As well as meeting Facebook’s eligibility criteria, videos must be over one minute in length and influencers need at least 10,000 page followers to run in-stream ads. These tips apply to brands that want to pay to run in-stream ads.

2. Add a paid subscription to your page

Generate consistent monthly revenue through fan subscriptions, which encourage your most loyal followers to pay a recurring sum to fund your page. This is a great way for brands and creators with large, active audiences to monetize their page and reward fans with exclusive content and discounts. The “stars” feature lets users buy a pack of stars to send tips to their favorite creators for additional revenue.

Fan subscriptions in action: 

The Vegan Baker has created a separate Facebook Group for supporters of the brand. Fans are charged $4.99 a month to access exclusive content and discounts. They are also able to send additional tips via Facebook’s stars feature for a piece of content they particularly enjoy.

Get started: Fan subscriptions are only available on an invitation basis at the moment. Users can unlock fan subscriptions when they have 10,000 followers or more than 250 return viewers, and either 50,000 post engagements or 180,000 watch minutes.

Once you’ve received your invitation, you can choose what benefits you want subscribers to get, create a promotional video to launch your subscription service, and film a thank you video to welcome new subscribers.

3. Collaborate with brands

Create content with a relevant, complementary partner to increase your reach and diversify your content output. There are plenty of brands that want to work with influencers, creators, and other companies to reach new audiences and raise brand awareness, and this can be a great way to boost your follower count and generate engagement.

Get started: Before you can start tagging business partners in posts, you have to request access. Once you’ve done that, you can access collaboration opportunities and view insights inside the Brand Collabs Manager.

This type of monetization method is best for Pages with an active, loyal following who post content that most brands won’t consider risky.

4. Earn money directly from your fans

Facebook recently announced it will be placing more emphasis on organic video content made specifically for the platform to push back against users simply sharing TikTok posts. Creators and influencers will be able to unlock monetary rewards of up to $4,000 a month by completing a series of sequential “challenges,” such as generating a certain number of views on a Facebook Reel.

Get started: The challenges feature can only be accessed via invitation at the moment, and it seems that Facebook is targeting influencers with follower counts in the high hundred thousands or millions. Once the invite is accepted, the first challenge must be completed within 30 days or the feature will expire.

5. Run paid events online

Engage followers through a live event they can enjoy from the comfort of their own home. Facebook’s paid events feature lets you schedule, set up, and run events through your page, which is perfect for creators and businesses moving in-person events online.

Get started: Enable paid online events on your page and click the Events tab to create a new event. Choose the “paid” option and fill in the required information about your event, the price, and a co-host, if you have one.

Your Facebook account and page must pass Facebook’s monetization eligibility criteria before you can start creating paid events.

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