YouTube New Feature: YouTube has released a new feature, creators will earn by making short videos

Youtube Shorts for Creators: The social media platform is now preparing to earn even those who make YouTube shorts. YouTube is constantly working on its own platform and adding new features to it, so that it can give opportunities to content creators as well.

YouTube’s new feature
Currently the viewership of short videos is increasing continuously. Keeping this in mind, YouTube has introduced a new feature called YouTube Shorts for its platform. Social media users are spending more time watching and creating shorts than other videos. YouTube also does not want to let go of this opportunity and apart from taking revenue from it, it is giving creators a chance to earn money.

Recently YouTube has added a new feature on YouTube Shorts. Which is being tested by some creators in America. With the help of this new feature, users can tag the product in any video on YouTube. According to a statement released by Google, viewers in the US, India, Brazil, Canada and Australia will see the tag and interaction option.

Creators will get money like this
Recently YouTube has included another feature to increase the revenue of creators. In which advertisements will be seen in short videos uploaded on YouTube and 45 percent of these advertisements will be given to content creators. This new feature of YouTube will give a tough competition to all video platforms, especially from platforms like Tiktok.

TikTok is giving tough competition
TikTok continues to dominate in the matter of Tiktok short videos even after being banned in most of the countries of the world. However, Tick Talk has contributed the most in making short videos famous. Instagram and YouTube shorts have benefited after Tiktok was banned from all countries, but wherever Tiktok is not banned yet, it is giving tough competition to other platforms. YouTube has also recently added short videos to its TV app.

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