3 Ways to Capitalise Monetisation on YouTube

06 Aug 2018

Hey! Have you got a YouTube channel? Check out these new features that you can utilize on your channel to increase fan engagement and earn more money.


1.Channel Memberships

If your channel has over 100k subscribers, you might be eligible to capitalise on channel memberships. Eligible users can now charge viewers a monthly recurring fee of $4.99 (US) to get unique badges, new emoji, Members-only posts in the Community tab, and access to unique custom perks offered by creators, such as exclusive livestreams, extra videos, or shout-outs.



To help create and grow your YouTube community, you can now design, promote and ship your own merch without leaving the YouTube platform, by using approved merchandise and crowdfunding sites.



You can now create a hype for new videos through having a countdown to the premier of your videos.  Premier features allow users to see when a video is being posted, set reminders and live chat with other users, as well as the creator.