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Best way to monetize youtube song remix traffic?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Niccco, Apr 7, 2014.

  1. Niccco

    Niccco Newbie

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    Hey everyone at BHW

    My friend and I have recently started a channel dedicated to remixed music, and are trying to decide how to proceed from here in order to monetize the project. Of course im not asking to be spoon fed a method, but just to be pointed in the right direction. Do cpa offers related to the music niche covert well or am I better off posting a ppd link to a song download? Any suggestions?

    Thanks
     
  2. Panoush

    Panoush Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    wouldn't the youtube ad partnership do the job sufficiently? at least that way everything is legit
     
  3. norm1388

    norm1388 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    a partnership would be the best way, i know i barely look at descriptions for stuff on YouTube unless you perhaps made your own website and used adsense over there. maybe make a twitter account or two and connect with people in that fan base build up your own user base. as long as its all legal of course.
     
  4. Hackalogue

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    As long as you have permission to use the music, or it's non-copyright/royalty-free then you should be able to apply for a partnership program.

    1) Add your channels name to socialblade stats tracking if you haven't already. Most partnership programs like to see a 30 day progress report.

    2) Ensure your content is HD quality, as this is often a requirement.

    3) Have a good quality channel banner, avatar, video thumbnails etc.

    4) Optional: have links to your social networking profiles and website on your channel banner.


    After all the above are done you can apply for various networks.

    I think Monstercat media have their own network but I cannot vouch for it.

    Also checkout the following networks:

    TGN - also known as: Broadband TV
    Fullscreen
    Curse
    Union For Gamers (a good, non-bs network according to multiple sources. I cannot vouch for this though)
     
  5. itwarrior

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    Is it your remixes and are they legal?