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Instagram paid content

TOPICS: content creators, Instagram, OnlyFans, paid content, subscribers, subscription

Instagram now has its own OnlyFans, with photos and posts for a fee After much waiting, paid Instagram is here. But that doesn’t mean we have to pay a subscription to enjoy additional features; at least, not yet. Instagram’s strategy involves taking a portion of the payments to content creators, who will now be able […]

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Instagram will allow all its users to share links in stories

TOPICS: influencers, Instagram, links, stickers, stories

Among Instagram’s most interesting options is that of sharing links through stories. It is an ideal tool for content creators, as they can optimize the interaction of their followers with the material they create and publish on the web. Historically this function has been limited to verified users or users with more than 10 thousand […]

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Instagram will offer from tomorrow to all users the option to post from the PC

TOPICS: collaborative publishing, Dynamic Lyrics, fundraising, Instagram, Microsoft Store, Reels, Superbeat

For a long time, Instagram has been a mobile-centric social network, which only allowed us to use the PC to take a look at our timeline, but not to post for photos or videos from our desktop. To achieve this, we had to resort to tricks like using the ‘web panels’ of the Vivaldi browser. […]

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Facebook fails with Instagram Kids and will limit itself to creating parental monitoring tools

TOPICS: Facebook, Facebook failures, Instagram, Instagram Kids

The idea of Instagram Kids was similar to the one Youtube had with Youtube Kids, a content platform specially designed for children, so there is no need to worry about “who knows what they will see there”. Facebook wanted to create an Instagram for children under 13, but has just published an article saying that […]

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Coca-Cola also temporarily stops its ads on Facebook and other social networks

TOPICS: advertising, Coca-Cola, Dove, Facebook, Hellmann’s, Instagram, Knorr, Lipton, Mark Zuckerberg, Popsicle, St. Ives, Twitter, Verizon

Coca-Cola is another company that is slowing down its Facebook ad campaign. However, the beverage brand will also temporarily abandon its advertising on all other social platforms, including Instagram and Twitter. The decision will take effect on July 1 and will be in effect for at least one month, according to a statement on its […]

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Monetization comes also to Instagram TV

TOPICS: advertising, badges, broadcast, donation, IGTV, Instagram, Instagram TV, instagrammers, moderators, monetization, videos

Instagram has announced that it is working on a tool that will allow the platform to share revenue with Instagrammers through ads on IGTV (Instagram TV) next week. The idea is that content creators can receive a percentage of up to 55% of advertising revenues, provided they accept a more restrictive usage policy than the […]

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What can you do if you’ve fallen for the infamous Instagram name change prank

TOPICS: hoax, Instagram, prank, username

Instagram has been filled in the last few hours by users with names as witty as “Dumb guy who reads it”, original as “I’m an asshole” or descriptive as “I like shit”. And it’s not bots or bugs or anyone else who’s been hacked into the account: they’ve been victims of their own innocence. There […]

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