Instagram is preparing to launch a new subscription feature. Through which Creators and Influencers can earn money. This information has been given by Instagram’s App Store listing on iOS. The company gets advertisements on the basis of user data and reach. That is, because of your data and you, Facebook earns money. But despite this, the company is ready to ask you for money.
Starting price Rs.89 per month
According to a TechCrunch report, a new “Instagram subscription” category can be seen under the “In-App Purchases” section for the Instagram App Store listing. The Instagram subscription costs Rs 89 per month, though keep in mind that this may not be the final price when the service starts or goes live. In addition, creators can buy Instagram badges to present them during live sessions, and there’s a new subscription option available with them. The company’s argument is that Instagram creators and influencers will benefit from this, but if seen, the company has been advocating for your hard work and is now charging only on your hard work.
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App seen in Apple App Store listing
According to the report, these app purchases can be seen in the listing of Apple App Store. An Instagram subscription category has also been created for this. Earlier this year Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri said the firm was looking at subscriptions to the network. The Instagram subscription is expected to work similar to Twitter Blue, where users can receive exclusive tweets and other content. Similarly, Instagram is projected to limit access to specific content for subscribers only. For several months now, Instagram has been exploring a similar function. Tipster Alesandro Paluzzi has made some tweets about Instagram subscriptions. He has said that Instagram is testing a subscribe button that will appear on creators’ profiles.
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