Facebook has become a giant social media platform. To continue stand in competition, every company is launching different format of their working. As we have seen a big change in cricket format from test to T-20. In competition with Tiktok short videos, Facebook has introduced feature of creating reels and sharing on social media platform. According to Facebook official blog, Reels are fun and inspiring short videos consisting of audio, AR effects and text overlays. This is a helping platform to reach new audience. Facebook Reels are similar to Instagram reels but features are different. As we know short videos apps are getting popularity across the world and several companies are earning well. A Facebook users can add short videos of combined time 30 seconds.
Here are steps to create a reel:
- At the top of your news feed, click on Reels
- Facebook camera will open, you can record video or upload video from your smartphone
- On the right side, you will see different editing options like add music, length time, adjust speed, add effect and timer. In editing mode you can trim you long video into short video.
- Once you completed reel, you can share it on news feed and with friends.
Facebook reel is getting popular among the people. People are earning from Facebook reels too.
Can we earn money with Facebook Reels?
Time is very precious and nobody want to waste time in such activities if these end up with no gain. So Facebook has decided to monetize the Facebook reels. In July, Facebook has announced that Facebook is investing over USD 1 billion in creators across Facebook and Instagram until 2022. Facebook is offering Reels play-new bonus programmes on Facebook that allows the creators to earn money for the reels they share.
As per Facebook official blog : “Reels Play on Facebook will pay a bonus to eligible Facebook creators under certain conditions are met, As the reels get at least 1,000 views over a 30-day period on Facebook. Reels must meet content monetization policies and content must be owned by the creator.”