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What is Facebook for Creators ?
Facebook has created new platform form uploading your videos right through your smartphones, just like youtube. You can search video like,share,comment and what not….!
Facebook made this app for creator where people on YouTube are called youtuber’s and content creators. So here now Facebook brought Facebook for Creators which is nothing but content creator for FB’s and on FB’ platform.
Iphones users, for you its go get it on your phone for android users wait wait wait wait….
You can monetize your video and earn money
(NOTE: Now it ts only available for iOS users and for android users wait for a month to be available on play store)
“It’s a big priority for us to bring people closer together around meaningful content and the people who are meaningful to them,” Facebook’s VP of video product Fidji Simo tells me. “Creators are right at the intersection of everything we think is pretty unique about Facebook.”
What’s inside Facebook’s Creator app ?
If you’re a creator, there are a range of features for you:
- Live Creative Kit: Access exclusive tools that make it easy to create live broadcasts with a personalized and fun feel. Creators can add intros as openers to their live broadcasts, outros that conclude them, custom live stickers that viewers can use to interact, and graphic frames to create a consistent brand.
- Community Tab: Connect with fans and collaborators with a unified inbox, which centralizes comments from Facebook and Instagram, and messages from Messenger.
- Camera & Stories: Use fun camera effects and frames and easily crosspost content to other platforms. Creators can also access Facebook Stories to engage with their fans.
- Insights: Easily access metrics to inform content creation, including analytics about your Page, videos and fans.
Facebook has an enormous opportunity in this space. Unlike YouTube, where people go when they want to be entertained, people just constantly visit Facebook to see their friends. By both serendipitously helping these users discover creators and providing the dedicated Watch video tab for following them, Facebook dangles its 2 billion users in front of influencers, recruiting those eager to grow their followings.
But, Facebook is also very much in the market for the sort of homegrown video programming from its own users that is more typically associated with YouTube. Facebook is surely hoping to woo some of those same creators away from its Google-owned rival, especially following recent problems that have made it more difficult for video creators at YouTube to monetize their creations.