Instagram Badges are currently being widely distributed. Producers may use the technology to monetize their followings. Users may earn badges for showing support for producers during a Live video on the platform. Starting Wednesday, individuals over the age of 18 with more than one million followers will be able to use Instagram Badges in some areas. When the Badges are obtained, they will be shown with remarks during a live broadcast. The most recent addition enables artists to connect with supporters, and the presenter of the Live video will have access to a list of supporters and Badges earned during the Live broadcast for up to three months.
Instagram introduced a version of the Badges on November 16. When a content creator’s followers purchase Badges, a heart (or hearts) will show next to their usernames. In the United States, several Instagram Badges may be bought during a Live video for $0.99 (about Rs. 73), $1.99 (approximately Rs. 147), and $4.99. (roughly Rs. 370). It will display as one, two, or three hearts next to the name of the commenter. Based on their Badges, supporters will have higher exposure in a Live video. In 2020, Instagram debuted Badges, although they were only accessible to a select number of producers.
The supporter’s name is visible to the creator of the Live broadcast for up to 3 months after purchasing a Badge. If a fan asks a question during the Live broadcast, the creator will be notified. During the Live conversation, authors of further comments may pin them.