We’re familiar with being a partner of a YouTube network, but now YouTube is introducing another level of associating your channel with a network and that is as an “affiliate.” Plus, YouTube is changing their revenue split with YouTube networks and hopefully that means more money for you, the creators.
- YouTube Steps in to Moderate Partner vs MCN Disputes
- MCN Guidelines
- YouTube Changes YouTube Ad Revenue Share
- Using Google+ to Appear in the Top Results Every Time
- VICE’s YouTube Success
- The Canadian Creator Collab Callout