Instagram has announced that it is expanding the ‘subscriptions’ feature to more countries.

“In the coming weeks, eligible creators in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain, and the UK will be able access to Subscriptions and start earning through support from their fans,” the company said in a blog post on Monday.

With Instagram subscriptions, creators can develop deeper connections with their most engaged followers and grow their recurring monthly income by giving subscribers access to exclusive content and benefits.

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Creators can set a monthly price of their choice for the subscription. They can create reels, posts, and stories just for their subscribers.

Moreover, creators can share exclusive content, use interactive story stickers or even go live with their paying subscribers only. Creators can also give their subscribers special access or information in subscriber-only channels.

Also, creators will see a subscriber badge next to comments and messages their subscribers send so that they can easily identify and prioritize interacting with their paid users.

The social networking platform first introduced the subscriptions feature last year for US creators.

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