YouTube pays its users $ 10,000 a month to upload content in shorts instead of dictation
Dictok is often talked about as Facebook’s best competitor, but YouTube is also watching the wolf’s ears.
Neil Mohan, YouTube Product Manager, was on one of the podcasts On the edge Discuss the $ 100 million fund that the company will start compensating content creators using YouTube Shorts this month.
YouTube Shorts is a platform for uploading integrated short-term videos on YouTube 60 seconds. It was announced in September 2020 and operates as a dictator section on YouTube. In fact, many videos shared in shorts are re-uploaded from Dictoc.
To avoid this and enable creating original content in shorts, YouTube pays creators up to $ 10,000 a month to create platform videos. The exact amount that users will receive It depends on the number of breeds and your location Audiences, but not YouTube Videos must be original: If a user uploads watermarked videos from other sites (Like TicTac, Snapshot or Instagram Reels)Your channel will be devalued.
For now, only money Available in 10 regions (United States, United Kingdom, Mexico, Brazilian, Indian, Indonesia, Japan, Nigeria, Russia and South Africa)But YouTube plans to implement a new monetization system to expand the list “in the future”.
Last month, Announced by Mark Zuckerberg Facebook plans to invest more than $ 1 billion in 2022 to “reward creators” of content. Jump ship in support of TickTalk, Twitch, Snapshot or YouTube. Wolf ears.