Exclusive Stories for subscribers may be available shortly on Instagram. Users will be able to get unique material from their favorite producers through the possible subscription model. Alessandro Paluzzi, a mobile developer, and features leaker released pictures of Instagram’s potential UI for exclusive stories for fan clubs, which will offer unique material from their favorite authors, on Twitter. According to Paluzzi, the content will be restricted to members because Instagram would not enable users to screenshot these stories. The Exclusive Friends icon will be identical to the present Closed Friends icon, only purple instead of green, and with a star icon on the right.
Unique Stories allude to a subscription model in which users will be able to access exclusive material if they pay for it. These users may also need to create additional accounts and join up for other sites. Paluzzi explained that next to the ‘Edit profile,’ ‘Add Shop,’ ‘Promotion,’ and other choices on the profile, creators would notice a subscribe button. In the meanwhile, Instagram is focusing on making the app a video content sharing platform in order to compete with YouTube and Tik-Tok, which presently dominate the video sector.
Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri recently stated that full-screen suggested videos would soon appear in users’ feeds. Instagram will begin rolling out these capabilities in the coming weeks, according to him.
Other social media networks, including Twitter and Clubhouse, have discussed monetizing their services as well. Twitter, the microblogging platform, introduced a premium membership option dubbed Super Follow earlier this year.
Twitter is said to be trying to work on a paid membership service in order to boost income. For a monthly fee, Super Follow will provide artists access to special discounts and content.
Aside from that, Twitter is now experimenting with a new feature called Safety Mode, among other things. Users that have over 10,000 followers, have sent at least 25 tweets in the last 30 days, and are 18 years or older will be eligible for Super Follow.
A platform that is just audio Clubhouse’s Creator First initiative has recently been expanded to India. One of the first monetization features mentioned for Clubhouse was the programme, which was introduced in the United States in March. The site claims that the initiative would assist creators with production and creative growth.
where it will showcase a creator’s show while simultaneously figuring out ways to help the creators financially, connecting them with businesses and brand agreements, or providing a monthly stipend to fund the shows that the creators produce.