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In this week’s edition:

Instagram unveiled three new features aimed at helping creators earn money

A YouTuber with 1 million subscribers shares how much he earns per month from his videos

The top strategies for fashion brands seeking to go viral on TikTok

And more including creator economy startup news and YouTube star Trisha Paytas quitting the “Frenemies” podcast.

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Mark Zuckerberg unveiled 3 Instagram features aimed at helping creators earn more money

On Tuesday, Instagram launched its first-ever “Creator Week,” a three-day virtual event.

To kick it off, Mark Zuckerberg unveiled new tests and features aimed at helping creators earn money.

Sydney Bradley broke down some upcoming tools Zuckerberg announced.

Here are three key takeaways from Instagram’s livestream:

Instagram will start testing native affiliate-marketing tools for creators. Brands will be able to set their own commission rates, Zuckerberg said. 

There will be more tools for creators selling their own products and merchandise. Creators with their own products will be able to link to their shops in their personal profiles. 

Creators will be able to earn extra money through tips. Instagram and Facebook are adding tipping features that allow fans to pay creators. 

“Our goal is to be the best platform for creators like you to make a living,” Zuckerberg said on the livestream. “And if you have an idea that you want to share with the world, you should be able to create it and get it out there easily and simply — across Facebook and Instagram — and then earn money for your work.”

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Check out the full story on new tools Instagram is releasing for creators, here.

How much a YouTube creator with 1 million subscribers earns

Nate O’Brien is a YouTube creator who films videos about personal finance.

O’Brien started posting videos on YouTube in 2017. And in 2019, he decided to drop out of college to focus on YouTube full time.

Now, he has about 1 million subscribers.

I spoke with O’Brien about how much he makes on YouTube from ads per month:

February: $39,200 (1.7 million views) 

March: $31,500 (1.6 million views)

April: $25,700 (1.2 million views)

“I don’t think it’s ever really too late to start,” he said of building a YouTube career. 

Check out the full story for a breakdown of O’Brien’s influencer business, here.

A new report from a ‘Gen Z’ influencer agency breaks down 4 strategies for fashion brands seeking to go viral on TikTok

Fashion content is a popular category on TikTok, where users post outfits and buy featured items.

Molly Innes wrote about a new report from the Gen-Z influencer agency Fanbytes that breaks down how fashion brands can go big on TikTok.

Here were three key takeaways:

Gen-Z consumers are looking to incorporate sustainable fashion into their wardrobes.

Fanbytes found that “#haul” and related hashtags saw a 28.9% increase in …read more

Source:: Business Insider

      

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