While artists and video creators can make impressive money through advertisements on YouTube, sometimes it’s more effective to raise money by asking fans to donate to the channels they love. YouTube’s Fan Funding features allows viewers to make voluntary payments to your channel to help support your content creation on YouTube. By enabling Fan Funding for your channel, you give fans the ability to make donations to you simply by clicking the “Support this channel” link that automatically displays on your channel homepage.
While YouTube dominates the online video landscape, Facebook continues to make strides as a legitimate online video platform. One of its newest additions is a Live Video feature that allows users to capture video and broadcast it to an audience in real time. This feature is currently only available on Facebook’s mobile app and while they aren’t the first to introduce live-streaming, Facebook does have a leg-up on competitors due to a few reasons that we’ll be discussing below.
How would you like to attend a free seminar at one of YouTube’s fancy Creator Spaces, which feature full production facilities and equipment? Now you have a chance to attend a half-day workshop at one of many locations across the world.