TikTok allows you to charge for live streaming
This is one of the efforts of TikTok to increase income opportunities for content creators.
TikTok said the subscription fee feature will be rolling out this week, initially to content creators invited by the company, and then globally over the next few months. TikTok does not disclose specific fees.
To use this new feature, creators and subscribers will have to meet certain conditions such as being at least 18 years old. Subscribers will enjoy some perks like being labeled with a certificate number on the list of paid subscribers and in some cases being able to choose the camera angle during the live stream.
Similar tools have been adopted by TikTok rivals Instagram and Facebook as the social networks compete to get influencers to join their platforms.
TikTok has grown in popularity in recent years with the number of regular users globally surpassing 1 billion. However, this short video sharing platform is also being criticized for not helping content creators make money from posting content.
Earlier this month, TikTok announced the TikTok Pulse program, which allows a portion of revenue to be distributed to high-impact content creators, attracting a large audience on the platform. The program will roll out in the US from next month, whereby companies can include ads with user content in specific areas and content creators will enjoy a portion of the revenue. income from this activity. Other social networks like YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat have implemented similar revenue sharing systems.
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