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Maker vs Curse?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by DragonLord, Mar 28, 2014.

  1. DragonLord

    DragonLord Regular Member

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    Has anybody here been with both networks?
    Curse gives you 90 percent but Maker only gives you 70 percent. But I hear Maker pays you more for their ads.
    So which company would you end up making more money with?
     
  2. Lenoh02

    Lenoh02 Junior Member

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    You ask a question like this every week...

    You won't know till you join and check your analytics. It's different for everyone.
     
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    you need to test what works best for you
     
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    SlipAnc Regular Member

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    If your channel is about gaming then obviously curse.
     
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    MysteryMan9000 Registered Member

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    Grow your channel more and try to get 80/20 rate. If I had to decide between the two I would suggest Maker.
     
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    test it out dude.. :)
     
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    The difference is.. Curse has a standard CPM. And lot's of other networks have different CPM's based on the ads they sell.
    I get a CPM of 12$ sometimes, because my network sells the ad space to targeted advertisers.

    So that's what you wanna look at, percentages don't mean THAT much.
    Also 40% is going to YouTube, a percentage to your network, and your video could get lots of mobile views which don't really count (well they do, but long story short.. they don't)

    So check what CPM they deliver, and how their contact is with advertisers.

    Good luck