Good news is coming the way of online video creators as YouTube is undergoing and has actually released a improvement to the service through which ‘Donate’ button can be added. Consequently, Youtubers can get direct support for their videos.
This was made known at the annual VidCon confabulation in Anaheim, California by YouTube’s Susan Wojcicki.
Donations as low as $1 and as high as $500 can be made to support a cause, artiste or impressive video creator. The site will be integrating links, what they call “cards,” to crowdfunding sites such as Kickstarter, IndieGogo, Patreon and Change.org, among others, giving creators an outlet apart from those sites’ profile links to promote their particular projects
A database of music and sound effects that video creators can integrate into their work free of charge calledAudio Library. A YouTube representative said the music and sound effects are “fully licensed and royalty-free” to creators. The Audio Library will be a major competition for Vimeo’s Music Store which is a combination of licensed and royalty-free songs and sound effects via creative commons.
So Youtubers, keep uploading and start getting funds for your creativity now without barrier.