YouTube has released a new fund of $100 million dollars to help creators monetize their content. This fund is to help creators monetize shorts. Eligible creators can claim payment from the YouTube shorts fund. The money is based on the amount of engagement and viewership on their channel. This fund is just a start for Youtube's plan in their monetization model for YouTube shorts. There are also other ways for creators to monetize their content and they are as follows.
YouTube Shorts Fund The YouTube Shorts Fund, a $100M fund distributed over 2021-2022
YouTube Ads Creators receive the majority of the revenue generated from ads on YouTube.
YouTube Premium The majority of subscription revenue goes to YouTube partners.
Channel memberships With channel memberships, creators can offer exclusive perks and content to viewers who join their channel as a monthly paying member at prices set by the creator.
Super Chat Fans watching live streams and Premieres can purchase a Super Chat: a highlighted message in the chat stream
Super Thanks Now viewers can give thanks and appreciation on uploaded videos as well through Super Thanks.
Super Stickers Allows fans to purchase a fun sticker that stands out during live streams and Premieres.
Merchandise The merch shelf allows channels to showcase their official branded merchandise right on their watch page on YouTube.
Ticketing Music fans can learn about upcoming concert listings and with a simple click, go directly to our ticketing partners’ sites to purchase tickets.
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