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Social media that makes money

What if we told you that you could make good money from social media? And that none of it involved being an ‘influencer’, posting paid partnerships or directly endorsing products that slowly devalue your brand. And, that your followers would grow faster, people would engage more with your posts, and we needed nothing from you. Sound too good to be true? Not anymore.

How to make money from social media

For years the only way of making money from social media was to work with brands to post branded content or devalue yourself by behaving like a dreaded influencer. Even with a significant following, that model only delivers occasional chunky money. In late 2021, all that changed. Facebook and TikTok allowed you to monetise videos on their platforms. Much like you will have seen on YouTube videos. In most cases, it’s a great use of older social media platforms that you don’t post much on anymore.

Each platform places strategic advert breaks at points in your video. Most people we work with have a significant back catalogue of content that can be repurposed and monetised. It doesn’t need you to film new content. Each platform pays you ad revenue for posting short videos every week. The larger your following and the better the videos perform, the more you earn; as you post more videos over time, ad revenue increases.

How much can you make

It depends on the size of your following and how consistently your team posts videos. In the case of most large Facebook pages, within a few weeks, you can expect to be earning into the thousands. You don’t have to endorse any products or post any paid partnerships. You loosely manage the type of brands that can advertise on your platforms, and Facebook does the rest. There is no direct endorsement from you.

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What’s needed from you

Very little. Instagram doesn’t let you monetise content, so it’s all yours. Once in touch with your team, we need admin access to your Facebook page and will set about gathering your back catalogue and repurposing it. Your team will approve every video we post. Once Facebook is up and running, we often recommend opening a YouTube channel and a TikTok account. Videos posted on Facebook can often be repurposed for these two platforms and provide additional income. Neither needs much input from you.

What’s the catch

There isn’t one. It was not possible to earn ad revenue from Facebook until late 2021, and it is still relatively new. Most celebrities and their agents don’t know about it. Those that do are quickly signing all their clients up to it. Most of the social media platforms we need to post on had effectively been mothballed. In most cases, Facebook pages receive Instagram content at best. Monetised content is a great way to keep those platforms growing – so they are there when you need them. As they grow, so does your ad revenue. No catch. No faff. Social media that earns you money.

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Make money from your social media

Make money from your social media

Are you leaving thousands of pounds on the table every month? You don’t have to be an ‘influencer’. You don’t have to post paid partnerships. And, you don't have to put your name to products that devalue your brand. Social media ad revenue is the best-kept secret in the business.
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Make money from your social media

Make money from your social media

Are you leaving thousands of pounds on the table every month? You don’t have to be an ‘influencer’. You don’t have to post paid partnerships. And, you don't have to put your name to products that devalue your brand. Social media ad revenue is the best-kept secret in the business.
Let's Talk