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Best Partner Network for Gaming Channel?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by DragonLord, Apr 15, 2014.

  1. DragonLord

    DragonLord Regular Member

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    Is it possible to partner with Maker for a gaming channel? I never heard of them being used for gamers.
    Has anyone ever done this?
     
  2. SlipAnc

    SlipAnc Regular Member

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    I suggest you a Curse network. They have good stats (cpm etc) and also the highest split - 90\10 meaning that they will get only 10% of your income, while machinima or TGN is taking about 40%.
     
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    xAngel Newbie

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    Freedom. I left them for Machinima and I don't know why. Freedom takes no shares and you don't get taxed like Machinima because the network is outside of U.S.
     
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    SlipAnc Regular Member

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    You are starting at 60% revenue with Freedom btw... They told that you can gain up to 110% share but it's nearly impossible to gain even 90% as curse.
     
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    KT1990 BANNED BANNED

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    I'm hired by a network as a recruiter. They pay over $20 per every thousand views and you keep 90% of income. Msg me if interested. I will pm you.
     
  6. brandon13251

    brandon13251 Newbie

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    I personally own a YouTube network with over 30,000,000 views monthly. There is no network that will pay over $20 per thousand views, that is all a lie and a scam, so don't try that here. Your payment is based on the CPM of your channel. This changes from a lot of factors, such as where your viewers are from and how long they watch for. If you are interested in being partnered with my network you can contact me and I can give you some tips and information on how to go about it.