YouTube Shorts creators can now join YouTube’s Partner Program and earn money with their content. Learn about the requirements and how the revenue-sharing model works.
Twitter Blue Verified creators can now earn a share of ad revenue for Twitter Ads in their reply threads.
Starting February 1, Twitter users will be able to appeal account suspensions for evaluations based on new criteria for reinstatement.
Twitter rolls out a new ad unit, “Search Keywords Ads,” allowing users to promote sponsored tweets in search results to reach a wider audience.
LinkedIn’s new feature allows users to see which newsletters other users are subscribed to, helping users discover new content and stay up-to-date on industry trends.
LinkedIn is sharing up-to-date data for marketers and advertisers, including information on user engagement, popular content, and the overall growth of the platform.
Twitter’s advertising revenue is down 40%, and over 500 top advertisers have stopped spending since CEO Elon Musk took over.
In its latest round of updates for video creators, YouTube is launching more detailed analytics data and enabling Shorts thumbnail customization.
YouTube is rolling out new contract terms for all channels that earn ad revenue, which creators must accept to remain in the YouTube Partner Program.
Since Elon Musk acquired Twitter, Mastodon, a decentralized and open-source social media platform, has grown its user base from 300K to 2.5M monthly active users.
TikTok’s ‘For You’ page, the first screen people see when opening the app, will tell users why the algorithm put a video in their feed.
Twitter is launching Blue For Business, a new version of Blue Verified designed to distinguish brand accounts from personal accounts.
Instagram is rolling out four new Reels templates that allow users to create a narrated video of their 2022 highlights.
Twitter is launching a modified version of its verification system which includes gold checkmarks for businesses and special labels for official accounts.
Meta is rolling out new ways to make money on Facebook, along with an update that allows creators to get paid faster.
LinkedIn is rolling out new analytics data for users with more insight into their followers and top performing posts.
Twitter is expanding recommended tweets to all users, including people who managed to avoid them until now.