Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

HorizonLifeTime.comHorizonLifeTime.com

Tech News

TikTok’s longer videos are here to stay

The image shows the TikTok logo superimposed on a white background.
Illustration by Nick Barclay / The Verge

A year ago, TikTok introduced a new way for creators on the platform to make money: make longer videos. The invite-only Creativity Program, then in beta, required TikTokers to post clips longer than a minute to qualify for monetization, demonstrating a shift in how the company wanted people to use its platform. It was a move away from the so-called short-form video style that made TikTok a household name in the first place.

TikTok announced today that the program will be called Creator Rewards going forward, and content creators will need to make videos longer than a minute to monetize through the program. The previous creator fund, which didn’t have a requirement for video length, shut down in November.

Creator Rewards will calculate…

Continue reading…

You May Also Like

Investing

Collaboratively administrate turnkey channels whereas virtual e-tailers. Objectively seize scalable metrics whereas proactive e-services.

Investing

Quickly coordinate e-business applications through revolutionary catalysts for change. Seamlessly underwhelm optimal testing procedures processes.

Editor's Pick

Today Carl explains the benefits of using the Price Momentum Oscillator versus the MACD. They are not the same! Carl then gives us his...

Editor's Pick

Jeffrey Miron and Jacob Winter Occupational licensing — for doctors, lawyers, plumbers, barbers, and innumerable other trades — claims to improve service quality. Much...