There has never been a better time to be a digital content creator. Today, many people in the creator economy are leveraging subscriptions to create reliable monthly income, and platforms like YouTube are continually evolving to cater to those who are putting out brief but engaging content. The first story below reveals a big upcoming opportunity to monetize content. Is it time for your business to jump aboard the content-creation train? That’s the food for thought I want to leave you with today.
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YouTube Shorts Will Share Ad Revenue with Creators
Creators of YouTube Shorts will get an opportunity to share ad revenue with the tech giant in early 2023.
Read the full story on SubscriptionInsider.com.
New Influencer Marketing Platform Prioritizes Convenience
Subscription Shortcomings Could Take Bite Out of Apple’s Ambitions
The devil, they say, is in the details. And the details offer up data that may bedevil Apple’s efforts to cement subscriptions fully in the connected ecosystem it seeks to build.
Read the full story on PYMNTS.com.
Twitch Plans to Cut Subscription Revenue for Some Top Streamers in Push Toward Ads
Twitch plans to standardize its revenue-sharing agreement with streamers, reshaping the earnings landscape for top creators who have historically been able to pocket a bigger portion of the money they generate through paid subscriptions on the platform.
Read the full story on TechCrunch.com.
Thursday Night Football Draws Record Prime Subscriptions for Amazon
Amazon’s media deal with the NFL is already paying off. Prime Video broadcast its first “Thursday Night Football” game last week as part of an exclusive 11-year deal worth an annual $1 billion.
Read the full story on FrontOfficeSports.com.