Facebook users who are fond of getting likes on their account pages will surely feel pleased to hear this news. The world’s largest social media giant is all set to reward its users having most valid likes on their shared content.
FYI, all these days, only third party companies were paying to users for liking their content. But now, Facebook has decided to reward all those users directly for keeping its platform alive and buzzing.
It can be a photo, text, video or a message. If you happen to post one of these content variants on your Facebook page and in case, if the content gets most likes, then you will be eligible for a reward by the Facebook management.
The payment strategy will be similar to Youtube Clicks, where each 100 valid click constitutes to $1 and every $500-$1000 is eligible to a pay-cheque or online transfer.
Facebook is planning to reward all those users who have valid clicks related to their content shared on their account pages. Remember, the eligibility criteria will be bit tough, as Facebook management has decided to reward only those users who have organic clicks and that too from valid resources.
All those who use marketing/promotional companies or tricks to jack up the ‘Likes count’ of the Facebook content they shared will be barred from this rewards stuff.
But currently the company management seems to be in a big dilemma on implementing this rewarding strategy. A certain section of the decision making management want this rewarding rules to be imposed on those who start sharing fresh content after thanksgiving. But another section of the management wants this rewarding rule to be implemented right from the beginning of this year making all those eligible who fetched quality likes from the start of 2015.
As per our sources, the decision of the latter (from above pretext) is said to be gaining a lot of ‘A+’ signatures.
So, for those who share quality content on social media and gain quality likes in return will get the best from this Facebook’s new rewarding decision.
More details will be posted at early next month.