You can sell your videos with a fixed price, a pay-what-you-can amount, in a bundle, or as a membership. Each way has advantages, so test and experiment to find a strategy that works best for you.
A fixed price is a simple and effective strategy that involves setting a specific price for each video, which means you can tailor the price to the content and target audience.
With Pay What You Can, you allow your followers to pay as much or as little as they want. It’s a great option if you want to reach a wider audience and make your content more accessible to more people.
Your followers pay monthly to access your videos. If you have many videos or frequently upload new content, it’s a great choice for creating recurring revenue.
You group several videos together and sell them as a package at a discounted price. The viewer can see your videos at a lower price while you increase your sales.
When monetizing your content, price and quality go hand in hand. The higher the quality of your content, the more money your followers are willing to pay. Higher pricing can also reflect your expertise and the value you offer your audience.
Your followers buy access to your videos with secure and well-known payment methods, and you retain up to 80% of the revenue, including VAT, and a small fee of SEK 2.70 per transaction is charged.
Each month, you will receive a summary of your sales, and with a simple approval, you’ll have your money within 10 days.
Are you ready to make money from your creative work? A survey shows that more than half of the interviewees are willing to pay for longer videos from the creators they follow. Additionally, many are willing to pay for podcasts, audio, and shorter films.
Sweden’s largest fishing channel Baitbox was worried about beginning to charge for their videos. But when they released their first big production on VOYD, they quickly realized that the time and energy put into production would be worth it – after just one week on VOYD, they had exceeded a whole year’s revenue on YouTube! This is how they did it👇