Understanding the various social media platforms that are available is extremely important as a broadcaster. It can increase the amount of community members who recognize your personality and brand.
Today, Twitter announced the expansion of their creator revenue programs, which will provide creators of all sizes with the ability to monetize content in multiple ways and generate revenue at scale.
Below we have laid out the available options. This a great way to add revenue to your business.
Earn revenue at scale with Twitter pre-roll ads
The Amplify Publisher Program provides all approved creators in the US with the ability to monetize their videos, which is as simple as “checking a box” prior to Tweeting. Pre-roll ads will then run against the content and a portion of the ad revenue is then shared back with the creator.
- Industry leading revenue share model
- Complete opt-in control / flexibility. Program participants can either elect to opt-in videos Tweet-by-Tweet, or pre-set monetization for all of their videos
- Content can be opted-in for monetization 100% non-exclusively, meaning creators can elect to monetize it on Twitter as well as other platforms
Earn revenue by creating content with brands
Niche is the creator-first platform that provides creators with the ability to grow, understand, and monetize their social presence across all networks. Niche, a part of the Twitter family since 2015, works with 35,000 creators worldwide alongside top brands to develop authentic and resonating branded content.
- Work with industry leading brands on a campaign-by-campaign basis
- Attend exclusive meet-up’s / events with creators from all over the world
- Access analytics across all of your major social networks
Seamless product support across desktop & mobile
Today, we’re announcing product upgrades that will make publishing and monetizing on Twitter as effortless as sending a Tweet. Creators can now upload, manage and publish media more efficiently and effectively than ever before across both Desktop (via the new Media Studio) and Mobile (via the Twitter Engage app).
via Twitter Blog