UPDATE – YOUTUBE WILL PAY DURING TRIAL| YouTube Red Not Paying Creators During Free Trial


UPDATE: YouTube has revealed that it will start paying YouTubers during the YouTube Red free month trial. YouTube recently informed the largest Multi-Channel Network on YouTube – Fullscreen – about this change. Fullscreen then tweeted Has YouTube changed course? It looks like creators WILL be paid during the trial. We did it, Twitter!
What YouTube has decided to do is that video creators get part of the subscription money, and then it will be divided up by how many minutes people watch that YouTuber’s content. Which, is basically how money is believed to be divided when people start paying for YouTube Red and watch content. So this can be a preview on the money earned when the system goes fully live with paying subscribers when the free trial is over.

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YouTube Red was announced last week, and its first major controversy has arisen. If you’re curious about YouTube Red, you can read about that HERE.
YouTube Red will offer a month long free trial, and during that trial you get all the benefits of a paid subscriber. Which includes no ads shown on both your desktop, and mobile versions of YouTube. Since that is the case, that means no ad revenue will be made by YouTubers from those who sign up for the free trial. This has caused many creators to become upset cause very little notice was given, and this time of year is when YouTubers make the most money.
While many believe YouTube Red itself will be very a small group when the trial expires, during the trial it has a very big impact cause many more people will be willing to give a free trial a shot. Watch today’s video for more information.
UPDATE: YouTube has revealed that it will start paying YouTubers doing the YouTube Red free month trial. YouTube recently informed the largest Multi-Channel Network on YouTube – Fullscreen – about this change. Fullscreen then tweeted “Has YouTube changed course? It looks like creators WILL be paid during the trial. We did it, Twitter!” What YouTube has decided to do is that video creators get a slice of the subscription money, and that divided up by how many minutes people watch their content for. Which, is basically how money is believed to be divided anyway when people start paying for YouTube Red and watch content.

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