The world’s most popular photo-sharing platform Instagram plans to add a subscription feature. Through this Instagram Subscriptions feature, creators will be able to make money from this platform.
In May, Adam Mosseri, head of Instagram, said in an interview with The Information that Instagram was considering the idea of a subscription. He further explained that from one platform the creators can build financial relationships with their fans in different ways.
However, Instagram is finally going to launch the subscription option using its ambition. According to a TechCrunch report, Already is currently subscribing to Instagram’s App Store list.
It has been reported through various social media that Instagram’s subscription feature is available in the Apple App Store in the US and India. Some users in the UK are also saying on Twitter that they are getting it.
Originally Instagram had launched this option in a few countries to test. This is because many tests are needed before new features become universally available. So it will take more time for the feature to become publicly available.
However, adding features like subscriptions and NFT requires a lot of creator-friendly platforms, which is why it’s a good idea to spend a lot of time testing and updating tools.
If you are familiar with the “Exclusive Stories” feature of this platform. Take a look at the fact that it can be accessed by paying for stories that cannot be screenshots. Reverse engineer Alessandro Paluji said the access was normally available after subscribing. Twitter also launched its own Creator subscription platform in September this year.
The Instagram app for iOS, marked by TechCrunch, was priced at the US $ 0.99 and 4.99. This price in India is showing 89 rupees per month. The price was first added to $ 4.99 on November 1. Then 0.99 was added again on November 3, according to a report from TechCrunch, citing analyst firm Sensor Tower.
However, it is true that Instagram has not yet released the full details of the Instagram Subscriptions subscription plan. As far as we know, these may be very small, maybe something better is waiting. Adam Mosseri, head of Instagram, made a general statement on the matter. There he mentions three types of creator monetization tools.
1. There will be options like trade, merchandise, branded content, and affiliate.
2. Sharing advertising revenue.
3. The third was the payment product.
I think this decision of Instagram seems timely. Because its creators build good relationships directly with their fans, which helps a lot in building a beautiful career. I think this decision of Instagram seems timely.
Because its creators build good relationships directly with their fans, which helps a lot in building a beautiful career. If we look at other platform flowers then we will understand the matter clearly, such as TikTok, Snap, Pinterest, and YouTube.