Video has become essential for every brand as the most trustworthy medium to share their message. After YouTube, the demand for video content has skyrocketed and new opportunities regarding video monetization have risen. Nowadays every video content creator can get paid from their vlogs through various platforms. But where is the best place to sell your videos online?
Shabingo is the "ad free" video platform which caters to 2 types of people... Users who want to view videos uninterrupted by annoying ads. Content creators in need of an alternative revenue stream. Why should you try Shabingo? If you are a content creator who finds it difficult to monetize ...
How open YouTube truly is? YouTube announced extra measures against hateful content after reinstating two prominent far-right channels. At the same time, YouTube has enforced strict rules on sensitive social topics and content targetted to children. Those topics are getting demonetized and added to a bunch of other already demonetized content like LGBT and mental illnesses. Is YouTube's openness content-based after all?
How annoyed are you by YouTube Ads? We all knew it from the start that YouTube offers a free video hosting service for the exchange of ads. But don't you think that nowadays YouTube has gone a little bit overboard?
YouTube's content is getting worse year by year. And the new COPPA Act will make things harder, especially for small creators. Where is YouTube going with all these?
Everyone is blogging about how easy it is to become a vlogger and start earning money from YouTube. But many YouTubers have started to feel let down by the platform's changes and demands. So, we decided to put down the truth no vlogger speaks about.
Did you know that the majority of Us and UK children would prefer to become a YouTuber when they grow up? This is because YouTubers are doing the thing that they love most and they are getting paid for it. But do they really have the dream job?
YouTube offers multiple monetization features. However, after some serious scandals in the past years, the platform has been forced to implement stricter rules that put small creators at a disadvantage. It seems that small creators and specific niches have no place on YouTube anymore. We introduce Shabingo. Shabingo's mission is to provide a fun experience of searching for quality content without ads. To enable uploaders with quality niche content to get paid directly by their followers and not having to pray to go viral. Maybe it is time to consider using a platform that treats your content as valuable.
Since YouTube's foundation, the site witnessed substantial growth. By creating a channel you can get massive popularity and revenue. However, YouTube's business model is discouraging for small creators and sensitive social issues. And that is because big brands do not want to be associated with those topics. So where does that leave creators with a specific niche?