Facebook makes the most money from your data. Because most of the company’s earnings come from ads. The company gets ads based on user data and reach. That means Facebook makes money because of you and your data. However, the company is ready to demand money from you. It is going to start with Instagram. Instagram is actually working on a new subscription feature.
Users have to pay Rs 89 per month to access content under this feature. The company’s argument is that it will benefit Instagram creators and influencers. But this argument is half true. According to a report by TechCrunch, this app is being seen in the Apple App Store listing. An Instagram subscription category has also been prepared for it. Currently, a charge of Rs 89 per month is being shown here. But when it comes to users, it can be changed.
This feature has not been final rolled out yet. Tipster Alessandro Pelauzzi has made some tweets about Instagram subscriptions. He said Instagram is testing a subscription button, which will appear on creators’ profiles. If you want to watch content from creators of your choice, you need to subscribe. However, this will not be the case for all content from creators. Maybe the company will keep it limited and for special content. If you have subscribed by paying Rs 89 then you will get a badge. This badge will appear in front of your username whenever you comment or message. Then the creator will understand that you have given money.
It is being said that content creators will also get the option to set their own subscription charges. Creators will be shown how much they are earning and when memberships are expiring. Now it will be interesting to see how much money the company reaps for itself.
Because it is generally seen that some money is deducted by companies during monetization on Instagram or any other platform. Means micro blogging website Twitter has also launched Twitter Blue and Super Follow feature. Under it users have to take subscription to access specific content of an account.