The popular American media magnate, founder of Facebook, internet entrepreneur and philanthropist; Mark Elliot Zuckerberg, took to his official Facebook page to share a post, stating how he sets to reward Facebook and Instagram content creators.
In his post, he wrote thus: "We want to build the best platforms for millions of creators to make a living, so we're creating new programs to invest over $1 billion to reward creators for the great content they create on Facebook and Instagram through 2022. Investing in creators isn't new for us, but I'm excited to expand this work over time. More details soon."
See his post below:
However, moments after he dropped the post on his Facebook page, reactions stormed his comment section.
See some reactions below:
I think this is a very good idea. It will really go a long way to encourage content creators, and also make the platforms more enjoyable.
Thanks to Mark for this good initiative.
Photo credit: Facebook
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