Pakistani creators can now monetize their Facebook content

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto launches programme for Facebook monetize in Pakistan

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto launches programme for Facebook monetisation in Pakistan after visit to Meta headquarters in Singapore

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December 15, 2022

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Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto launches programme for Facebook monetisation in Pakistan after go to to Meta headquarters in Singapore. — AFP/File Pakistani creators can now earn cash in their Facebook content material, Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto introduced following a go to to multinational generation conglomerate Meta’s Asia Pacific headquarters in Singapore. FM Bilawal’s assertion on Twitter defined that content material creators can use the brand new Facebook Stars feature, which has long gone live monetize.

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto launches Facebook monetize program in Pakistan after visiting Meta headquarters in Singapore 10 December 2022 Pakistani developers Facebook content can now be monetized, Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto announced after visiting the headquarters of Asia Pacific tech multinational Meta in Singapore. FM Bilawal’s announcement on his Twitter explains that content his creators will be able to take advantage of the new Facebook Stars feature that has gone live. He called it “big news” and said he was the first Pakistani official to visit Meta. This feature works like this: The more stars you get, the more money you get. The Facebook Stars feature allows you to monetize your video content, photo posts and text posts. Viewers can purchase Stars and send them to you while you’re live or in On Demand videos with Stars enabled.

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari visits Meta (Facebook) Asia-Pacific HQ in Singapore.


FM hoped that this new feature would enable young people in Pakistan in particular to use social media more productively. He also highlighted how the feature is helping to give opportunities to women and young people during the recession. The Minister for Foreign Affairs visited Singapore for two days at the invitation of his Singapore counterpart. He also previously met Singapore President Halimah Yacob and had a breakfast meeting with the Foreign Minister, Dr. Exit Vivian Balakrishnan. In his meeting with President Jacob and his FM Balakrishnan.

FM Bilawal stressed that Pakistan attaches importance to its relationship with his key ASEAN partner Singapore. The Ministers stressed the importance of regular exchanges and dialogue, exchange of high-level visits and promotion of personal contact. agreed to unlock the potential of economic cooperation and cooperate in agriculture, digital economy and digital finance. The two leaders exchanged views on the regional situation and agreed to continue promoting mutually beneficial cooperation (monetize).

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