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YouTube will pay you up to $10,000/m to make YouTube Shorts

In September last year, YouTube launched its TikTok competitor, Shorts, in India. The feature rolled out in the US in beta earlier this year, with a worldwide release following in July. Although YouTube Shorts is now available in over 100 countries, it hasn't managed to gain the same amount of traction as its competitors, TikTok...

YouTube’s TikTok clone, Shorts, goes live in 100+ countries

Short-form videos have become immensely popular in the last couple of years. Vine pioneered the short-form format, and TikTok made it a worldwide sensation. TikTok was once an undisputed champion of the category, but lately, it has been facing some intense competition from established social media giants. Facebook’s Instagram is already giving TikTok some tough...

YouTube Shorts creators could get slice of $100 million fund

In an effort to encourage adoption of YouTube Shorts, YouTube is planning to pay creators over the course of 2021-2022 as part of a $100 million fund. YouTube Shorts recently became available to everyone in the U.S. and India. YouTube said it’s planning to reach out to thousands of creators every month whose Shorts receive the...

YouTube Shorts rolls out to all creators in the US with a couple of new features in tow

YouTube debuted its TikTok-alternative Shorts in India back in September last year. The feature made its way to the US early this year, but it was only available on the beta channel and several creators didn't have access to it. YouTube is now rolling out Shorts to all creators in the US, and it comes...

YouTube’s TikTok-like Shorts feature is rolling out in beta in the United States

TikTok has caused a massive ripple in the social media space. It managed to popularize the concept of short videos, similarly to what Vine made several years ago, and made it global, with the Android app having over 1 billion installs. And while companies like Facebook have already come out with their own alternatives, such...

YouTube launches Shorts, its TikTok-like short-form video feature, in India

TikTok may live to see another day here in the U.S., but competition for short-form video is getting even fiercer. Following Instagram’s introduction of Reels, YouTube has announced a new feature called Shorts, which is launching in early beta in India. YouTube Shorts will allow users to create 15-second videos that can be set to music....