Do you think YouTube is over-rated, but don’t know how else to make money on your videos? Or maybe you’ve found that YouTube is too competitive with everyone hoping to get their 5 minutes of fame?
Either way, you’re not alone. The truth is, it’s incredibly challenging to use YouTube to monetize your videos. That’s where Teyuto comes in. Our video platform can help you make money without using YouTube.
Now that we’ve caught your attention, let’s talk about how you can finally start monetizing your videos using our platform, and why it’s more worth your while than YouTube.
How Does Teyuto Work?
Firstly, what is Teyuto, and how exactly does it work? Teyuto is a video monetization platform in which you can upload videos and start making money.
Not sure what a video monetization platform is? Here’s how it works:
Step 1. Start recording
Record your video on any device. Though you won’t be paid for the actual videography, your videos will generate money through the platform.
Step 2. Upload your videos
Upload your recordings to our online platform, where they can be shared on any platform of your choosing.
Step 3. Monetize your channel
If viewers like your content, they’ll start subscribing to your subscription plans to gain access to your content. Teyuto offers a wide array of opportunities for monetization, including:
- Subscription plans
- One-time special offers
- Free trials
- Gift cards
- And a 0% transaction fee
All of these exclusive offers are designed to help you encourage users to subscribe to your video channel.
Step 4. Analyze Your Audience
Once you start getting viewers, you’ll want to know how to keep them! That’s where analytics can be useful. In order to know what your audience’s habits are, Teyuto has in-depth video analytics and reporting tools that can help you figure out the ways in which viewers are interacting with your videos.
Be it the length in which they view your content before clicking out of your video, the number of viewers per video, or specific segments of your videos that have more or less views, knowing your audience can increase your monetization.
Simply customize your channel to their interests, and tailor advertising campaigns towards parts of your channel that are doing well.
How do YouTube Channel Memberships Work?
YouTube channel memberships work as follows: your subscriber loves your channel and decides to pay for a subscription. They end up paying a monthly fee to help support your channel. This fee gives them access to any exclusive videos, benefits, or content you decide to put up for channel members.
There are different tiers that your subscribers can choose between when they decide to invest in a membership for your content. Naturally, low tiers pay less, while high tiers pay more. Prices can range anywhere from $1-$49.99. Unfortunately, YouTube sets the tier prices, which limits your growth as a business.
And, while memberships are free for video creators, all things come with a cost. For YouTube, that cost just happens to be a whopping 30% of your profits. Perhaps it is with this greed that so many people are opting for better video monetization platforms.
How does Teyuto Monetization Work?
Though we briefly covered how to use Teyuto, you might still be wondering how the monetization process works, and why it’s better than YouTube’s channel memberships. Let’s take a look:
Choose between three types of monetization choices
Before you can monetize your video platform through subscription plans, you must choose between three types of content monetization options: AVOD, SVOD, and TVOD. Each of these options allows users to access videos on demand (VOD), but each has its own features.
- AVOD: Advertising Video on Demand
Think of YouTube when it comes to AVOD. Advertisers pay for their advertisements to pop up in your videos, usually at the front or in the middle of longer content. Though AVOD takes less effort on your part, it’s definitely not the best monetization option.
- SVOD: Subscription Video on Demand
When it comes to SVOD subscriptions, think Netflix. Users pay a monthly or yearly subscription fee in order to access your videos. If you’re looking to truly monetize your channel, this is the way to go.
- TVOD: Transactional Video on Demand
Lastly, your viewers can pay for how much of your content they’re watching. Examples include downloading a single video or a series of videos, such as through iTunes. Your viewers have more control over the kind of content they’re investing in, and you benefit from each individual transaction.
Why YouTube Isn’t Always the Best Choice
YouTube isn’t always as cut out as successful YouTubers make of it, but why? In the early days of YouTube, and even just a few years ago, it wasn’t too difficult to make a little money on YouTube.
The popular video platform recently changed its policies, however, making it quite challenging for new users. To qualify for their program, you now need 1,000 subscribers and a minimum of 4,000 watch hours within 12 months in order to make a profit.
On top of that, it’s just plain competitive. Of those who try to monetize their videos on YouTube, only 3.5% of them actually make enough to not be considered in poverty. Not sure about you, but that doesn’t sound very inspiring.
To make it even less appealing, say you do happen to become one of the 3.5% who does make it above that poverty line. Then what happens? You’re pretty much at the mercy of YouTube’s totalitarian rulership.
(Okay, so maybe it’s not that bad, but YouTube does control the kinds of advertisements that show up on your channel, your sponsors, and their ever-changing policies). So, in a way, they kind of are like a dictator.
Start Monetizing Your Videos
It’s clear that YouTube isn’t easy to get one’s foot in the money-making door. That’s why new video monetization platforms have emerged.
As a result, platforms like Teyuto have less competition and more room for you to grow and be found. All of which leads to you making more money!