Are you a filmmaker, music artist or business producing videos you want to make more money with in 2014? Well there is a new way to do it, and the cool thing about this technique is that you don’t need a bank account.
Sounds too good to be true? Well, in actual fact, if you take a look at this platform below, I will explain to you how you can make revenue with your videos outside of the Youtube, Dailymotion and Vimeo sphere.
Ever heard of a website called Film Annex? These guys have been around for some time now, but recently they revamped their network, which has now become very relevant for content owners looking to make good money from their work.
Film Annex provides content creators with Bitcoin payments and this year, the crypto-currency has become increasingly popular in world markets with thousands of stores and businesses accepting transactions. One of the greatest advantages of receiving payments with Bitcoin is that there are no transaction fees. You can convert them into any major currency, and you don’t need a bank account to start with.
So this brings me to my next point: How to make money on Film Annex. Well it’s not that hard. You’ve maybe got a Youtube account, perhaps even your own in-house video player with ads on. Whatever it is, you can create additional revenue by placing your videos on this new network with an entirely different audience to tap into.
The cool thing about this platform is that the amount of money you make is based on the engagement you have with your fans and the users of the site. They have developed a unique algorithm that rewards a user’s social and viral impact rather than direct views you bring to a video (although sharing also boosts revenue directly as well).
Every time you upload a video you increase your engagement, and the more content you have at your disposal, the faster your revenues climb. This is also the case for when you write blogs and embed videos within Film Annex that are already uploaded to your account.
If you have a big content library that’s just sitting there, or you’ve used Youtube extensively but still want to try out an alternative, this is definitely worth testing out.
On top of that, you can make additional revenue by inviting friends to join Film Annex, so there’s a value add for those of you who might know a lot of people who make videos and want to share them.
If you want to get tips on making your videos more viral on the web, check out the film tutorial archive for more guides. Good luck and feel free to subscribe to our Film Annex Film Industry Network page.