Last year in the United States, the video game industry pulled in revenues well over 20 billion dollars. To give you an idea of what that kind of money looks like, if video games were a sovereign nation, they would produce more income than many of the countries on our planet. Traditionally a larger market internationally, e-sports claims over 400 million participants worldwide, resulting in an additional $500 million in secondary market activity, and is now growing dramatically in the U.S. as well. While corporations make a great deal of money from the production and sales of video games, those who do much of the promoting of those games see very little in the way of profits. In order to make ends meet, those who create gamer videos have experimented with a variety of sources.
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Updated Reports for Your Subscription Video On Demand Channel
We’ve made it a goal this year to improve the reports section of the reports in your publisher console so you get the most useful data to grow your subscription video on demand channel. Here are the upgrades and new reports we’ve added to your publisher console: Customers One of the biggest upgrades we [...]
Superstar Hair Stylist Ted Gibson Launches His SVOD Channel With Pivotshare
Superstar celebrity hairstylist Ted Gibson partners with Pivotshare to bring you the Ted Gibson Advanced Academy! Ted Gibson is a celebrity in the fashion and hairstyling industry, often making Top 10 Hair Stylists lists from around the world. His impressive resume includes working with A-listers like Anne Hathaway, Mila Kunis and Angelina Jolie, and you [...]
Making Money on YouTube is Hard Even for its Biggest Stars
Making money on YouTube and other social media platforms by giving away free content in exchange for advertising revenue translates to financial stability for only a very few. This has always been well documented. But an eye-opening article published by famous Youtuber Gaby Dunn, titled Get rich or die vlogging: The sad economics of internet [...]