Under the blitz of blockchain supporters and tech companies who are trying to reduce its dominance of video influencers and other content creators, YouTube today announced several improvements to the way its creators can generate revenue. income.
The announcements were announced at the VidCon convention in Anaheim, California. Products include:
*** Super Stickers: fans will be able to buy animated stickers during live and preview shows to demonstrate their love of creators and their content.
*** Channel Subscription Enhancements: YouTube already allows creators to set up subscriptions that allow users to access special features. It is now expanded to certain levels, where creators can define up to five different price levels for memberships, with each tier having different incentives. Fans can now choose to pay Channel Channel a $ 4.99 subscription for badges, emoticons, and access to exclusive live streams and additional videos.
*** Merch Shelf Enhanced Partners: YouTube is already helping creators sell t-shirts, hats and other products. Now he has added more partners, including Crowdmade, DFTBA, Fanjoy, Represent and Rooster Teeth.
*** Learning Playlists: A new feature that allows educational video creators to divide videos into chapters, highlighting key concepts and making progress from beginner to advanced. YouTube has recruited a limited number of partners for the new feature, including Khan Academy, TED-Ed, The Coding Train and Crash Course.
*** YouTube Giving – This fundraising tool leaves the beta and will be launched in the coming months. Fans can click a donation button to send money to the non-profit organization that the content creator wants to put forward.
YouTube has also announced changes to its copyright infringement tools. Copyright owners must now specify the timestamp of the video with the help of their content, while content creators can use an improved tool to more easily remove any infringing content.