There’s one major element to success that’s common for every large content creator on YouTube and that is ensuring your content quality in order to stand out in an extremely competitive marketplace.
It’s a culture. It’s a worldwide digital revolution that’s lasted more than three decades, and as content creators we know exactly what goes into building and being part of such a phenomenon.
How revenue is earned on YouTube is often misunderstood and a lot of inaccurate information is out there. So let’s start by outlining 2 terms you’ll need to know and really understand the difference between if you’re looking to get serious about your YouTube channel, CPM and RPM.
When was the last day you went without YouTubing something? It might take awhile for you to think. That’s because YouTube is the second biggest search platform worldwide, boasting more than one billion users, millions of creators and over 100 hours of content freshly uploaded each minute. You want to see it, you YouTube it. Simple. So here lies the problem: if you’re uploading video, in an online space already full of content, how is your stuff going to be found? How do you get your uploads to your audience and off results page 48?
BBTV began with an idea. An idea that online video would change business and empower a new generation of creators. We recruited an amazingly talented team of developers, engineers, designers and partner support teams with a shared passion for innovation.