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Snap is Sharing Ad Revenue, Here’s What Will Happen Next #2036
March 16, 2022

In episode #2036, we talk about how Snap is sharing ad revenue, and the future this heralds. While content creators and social media platforms feed off of each other, it is mostly the platforms that make the money from monetizing content. Snap is changing this, and we talk about how creators will stop gravitating to platforms that don’t fall in line. We also speak about how things will continue to become more democratized with the advent of Web3. Tune in today!

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:20] Today’s topic: Snap is Sharing Ad Revenue, Here’s What Will Happen Next.
  • [00:26] Why platforms and creators need each other. 
  • [01:00] The model Facebook uses to take most of the ad revenue.
  • [01:10] How Snap is starting to share revenue with content creators.
  • [02:18] Transitioning to a decentralized and democratic Web3 model.
  • [04:29] That’s it for today.
  • [04:30] Go to https://marketingschool.io/live to learn more!

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