How Social Media Tools Helps Gig Workers Make Money

how social media tools helps gig workers make money

how social media tools helps gig workers make money

Creative work can and cannot pay. But if you find the right sources to pay, they are also a boon. So here is a low down on some social media platforms which pay for good content work:

Snapchat:

Send your best snaps to spotlight to get featured. It if does get viral, you are informed and paid handsomely for the same. You can earn multiple payouts, though, according to Snapchat Support, this service is only available in selected countries. Since its original launch, the scheme has grown to include countries such as India, Mexico, and Brazil.  

Instagram:

Purchases badges in the midst of live videos. Affiliate marketing and sponsored posts in another way that this application helps you earn money.

You Tube:

Use and create short tube content for the community and you could earn huge amounts of money. YouTube will reach out to the creators who generate the most views and engagements every month to reward them for their videos. YouTube users can prepare for the YouTube Shorts feature by reading up on the rules and learning how to use the platform.

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Tik Tok:

If you meet their specific geographical requirements, you can make money by posting original content that meets their community guidelines too. To participate, you should have a minimum of 10,000 authentic followers and 100,000 genuine video views in the past 30 days. Also, if you reside in either the US, UK, Germany, Italy, France, or Spain, you can apply by clicking on Creator tools in your settings on the app. The funds are calculated by combining several elements, including views and engagement.

Twitter:

The popular micro blogging site has an interesting paid model working under the name of Twitter Tip Jar. Essentially, Android and iPhone users can send and receive Tips. This feature is currently available to numerous users, including creators, journalists, experts, and nonprofit organizations.

Clubhouse:

Clubhouse pays users with the Creator First accelerator program. All users can send payments, and the app will pay the full amount to the creator—without taking a cut. Sending payments to Clubhouse creators is simple to do, making it highly convenient for creators and general users.

Facebook:

If you can build a community of the app, there is money to be made. Facebook rewards content which creates a followship.

Pinterest:

Pinterest’s Creator Fund is limited to a small number of creators from underrepresented communities in the US. This support includes strategy consultations, an advertising budget, and compensation for content creation.

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