We don’t know if you heard it but earlier this year, Facebook announced their music monetization aspect on Facebook and Instagram and Occulus. Information reaching us reveals that facebook will begin to pay artistes whose songs were registered on the platform and are monetized.
Anyways, the good news is that this monetization will benefit all musicians (both stars and upcoming) in Nigeria. All you need do is to register the song with Facebook Sound Collection and BAM! You are on to getting fat pay check from Facebook.
See some of the upcoming artistes songs we have registered already with facebook:
BELOW ARE SOME QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS CONCERNING THIS IMPORTANT SUBJECT. (Do Not Rush It. Spare Some 5 minutes To Read Everything Here So You Do Not Miss Anything)
and If you have need any clarification, do contact Mr Patrick @ 09056119824 (Call/SMS/Whatsapp)
How does the Facebook Monetization service work?
With Facebook Monetization, users will be able to use your music in the content they create and share on the Facebook and Instagram platforms. This will be super beneficial to artistes who for example run contests/challenge asking people to dance to their songs, when they do this and share on FB or IG, as your song is played underneath those videos, facebook sound collection will gather some dollars for you. It is similar to Youtube sound recording if you understand what that means.
How much does it cost to monetize my music on Facebook?
Sound4mula Entertainment Enterprise will register one song for N25,000 only and album/EP for N65,000 only. You will get 80% of the revenue we collect from Facebook. Now, being your distributing agent, we will be in charge of your account and then you can contact us from time to time to get update about how much you have earned.
Give Me Further Information On How I Can Really Monetize My Music on Facebook or Instagram So That I Can Start Making Money
Well our service is simply about monetizing music that is used on Facebook and Instagram — so really “adding” your music to Facebook is simply about getting your songs used in videos that appear on Facebook. Those could be your own official music videos, lyric videos, videos other people upload that may have your recordings as a soundtrack, or playing in the background, etc.
Before you share your music on Facebook or Instagram, it is advisable your register it for monetization so that Facebook can pay you royalties for people listening to your song through whats known as Sound Recording
What’s the difference between “eligible” sound recordings that I can monetize and “ineligible” sound recordings that I cannot submit to the Facebook Monetization service?
Eligible: You can submit specific tracks to the Facebook Monetization service that:
- Use only your own material for which you have exclusive rights.
- Use third-party material for which you have exclusive rights.
Ineligible: You can not submit tracks to the Facebook Monetization service that:
- Contain public domain clips or speeches
- Contain any audio library samples, sound effects, or production loops (such as GarageBand loops)
- Contain any third party content that you do not have exclusively licensed (such as samples you do not have exclusively licensed)
- Are karaoke versions or sound-a-like cover versions
- Are part of a compilation/various artists’ albums
- You have previously licensed to a third party, on an exclusive basis
- Have already been submitted for monetization on Facebook through another distributor
- Are video game soundtracks (unless you are the video game publisher)
How long does it take to register my song on Facebook Monetization
It will take around 7 days to get it registered.
How Do I submit my song to you to register it for me?
Once again, the cost is N25,000 for a single and N65,000 for an Album/EP. Contact Mr Patrick on 09056119824 (whatsapp) or email email@example.com. Your Song and Artwork alone will be required. If you don’t have an artwork, we will register one for free for you.
Welcome On Board Facebook Sound Recording. Don’t Be Left Out Of This! 2 Billion Active Facebook users are at your disposal. In Nigeria alone, over 20million facebook users are at your disposal.