YOUTUBE GIVES CREATORS MORE WAYS TO MAKE MONEY
A new development shows how YouTube gives creators diverse ways of generating more income, by engaging their fans with what they have created. This was announced some days ago at the VidCom event held in Anaheim, California. Last year’s event saw YouTube launch new products such as merchandise shelves, channel memberships, premieres and more. Currently, the company has decided to expand a good number of those existing options with new features coupled with the introduction of new products like Learning Playlists and Super Stickers, while the former aim to promote the
Speaking of how YouTube gives creators more ways, since the launch of Super Chat, January 2017, it is understood this YouTube feature allows fans pay in order to make their message stand out during live stream or premiere. Now, YouTube claims Super Chat is currently the number one revenue stream which cut across twenty thousand channels, with 65% yearly increase. Statistics indicate more than ninety thousand (90,000) channels have made use of Super Chat till date, to be launch in the
Another point here is the idea, as Super Stickers is understood to be inspired by gaming sites like cheermotes and Twitch’s Bits emotes, in the process introduce animated stickers into chat which support video creators, while the YouTube Super Stickers will potentially offer different feel-and –look, across different categories and languages, in other aspects of life such as sports, gaming, fashion, and beauty, music and lot’s more, and with this, one could see reasons why the tech company YouTube gives creators more access to generate revenue.
At the moment, Channel Membership subscription can be accessed by fans with $4.99 in order to get unique badges, current emojis, a shout-out or extra videos, and exclusive live streams, the
The feature from our headline ‘YouTube gives creators’, based on source has been tested by selected account owners on YouTube, like the Fine Brothers Entertainment on their REACT channel, according to YouTube, in the process, their channel membership revenue was multiplied by six times after they rolled out two more expensive pricing tier. And not only that, the tech giant ‘YouTube’ is currently expanding its Merch shelf feature, previously launched at VidCon 2018. Meanwhile, its debut partner Teespring enabled creators to sell merchandise such as hats, t-shirts, phone cases coupled with other things, with YouTube taking a
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Lastly, and at the moment, YouTube is under scrutiny for some its practices which include the gaming of its recommendation system, coupled with its role in creating a pedophilia wormhole and other violations, such as extreme content, parent exploiting their kids for money, issues on its
- What more do we expect as YouTube gives creators more ways?