As YouTube continues to add monetization options for YouTube creators, Facebook has slowly working on some new tools that help Facebook creators do the same. Now they’re becoming more accessible to more creators and the obvious question is, how do Facebook’s new monetization tools compare to YouTube’s monetization tools? And which tools will help creators best reach their audience, make money, and serve everyone best? Rachel Farnsworth is a full-time blogger who runs her Facebook page, “The Stay At Home Chef,” which has almost 2.5 million followers. She’s been using Facebook’s monetization tools for a while and will share with us the good, the bad, the ugly, and how it compares to YouTube’s monetization tools.
Check out our guest, Rachel Farnsworth, on, “The Stay At Home Chef”
STORIES DISCUSSED IN THIS LIVE STREAM
– Facebook introduces video monetization tools to lure creators away from YouTube
– Facebook launches Brand Collabs search engine for sponsoring creators
– Facebook Takes Aim at YouTube, But It Faces an Uphill Battle