Ben this article pitched in at right time when i started exploring, understanding, dabbling my hands in video making. Yes i do believe that this is always going to be good for marketers provided the kind of content they choose and distribute them at right time.
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Third, don’t forget to leverage social media (e.g., Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, Pinterest) to give an extra push to your videos. This part will work well if you have some viral element on your videos (e.g., rants, humor, how to stuff).
Since I do not live in the U.S., I would have to get paid by check or gift certificate. Obviously only getting paid in gift certificates isn’t that great, so that leaves the check. However, checks are not used here in Sweden at all basically, so cashing one comes with huge fees, I think maybe 30-40USD for a check. So my question is, can you choose to “save up” the money you make at Amazon and only get a check sent when you want to, or is it automatically sent at certain amount? I know Adsense has/had a feature that let you “block” payments until you released them. If Amazon has a feature like that, it’d make the check-fee less of a problem.
The takeaway here is to expect your videos to do best on day one while continuing to drive views and engagement for about a week or less. Hope this helps clarify things a little bit, and thanks for reading.