YouTube Networks: 7 Things You Need to Know

1. As a content creator, you have something these networks need. You have the power.

You have content. That content has likely already proven itself to a certain extent – you probably have built some audience, or have some viewership, or you are simply making really good work – and that’s what they need. Their entire business model of these networks relies on people like you to supply them with content, which in turn generates viewership. No views on their channels means no money. No money means no business. Your content represents, simply put, a business opportunity. Therefore, you need to treat your interactions with any network as a business.

They are not your friends. They will not look out for your interests if there’s no direct benefit to them. Anything they say that isn’t backed up in writing is meaningless.

We’ve had networks tell us that our exclusivity to them was something we could “back out of anytime we wanted to” and that they would “let us leave.” The contract says otherwise, and when push comes to shove, what’s on the page is what sticks.

At the same time, they’re not your enemies. There’s no need to be adversarial. They have a business to run and so do you. There is no need to be intimidated – remember: You have something they need.

They’ll help you so long as it helps them, so it’s good to structure your deal in a way that this is possible – you want them to want to help you. This usually means giving them a percentage of the business they bring you. This is win-win for everyone – for you, you’ll get more opportunities than you would have otherwise. You get to be associated with their (probably) more powerful brand. For them, since they only get paid when you get paid, it’s in their best interests to get out there and find work for you. This is a relationship that fully acknowledges that each party is self-interested and provides for that fairly. What percentage is fair? We’ll talk about that in a bit.

Never agree to a relationship where they are passively siphoning off your income if they’re not improving your prospects beyond what you normally have. Always weigh what you’re getting versus what you’re giving away, and make sure it’s fair. Granted, in some cases the benefit might be an immediate CPM bump from what you’re used to. Make sure you calculate exactly what that bump is – do the math. Is what they’re taking proportional to what they’re bringing you?

How do you know what’s fair? There aren’t any hard rules – what’s fair for someone in one situation may be ridiculous for another. Trust your gut.

2. Never sign the first draft of a contract. Lawyer up and change it up.

Here’s how a contract usually works. Party A drafts up what they believe is a fair contract and sends it to Party B. Party B makes changes to that contract and sends it back. Party A makes further changes. They go back and forth until they arrive at a contract that both parties agree on.

The receipt of a contract is the beginning of a negotiation. You have every right in the world to want things changed, and you must communicate those changes by altering the contract and sending it back.

I’ve seen a lot of the contracts they hand people right off the bat and frankly they are absurd. They should not be signed under any circumstances. These companies have legal teams or lawyers on retainer. These lawyers are paid very well to ensure their client gets the best possible deal at all times. Unless you have some background in entertainment law, you are not equipped to fight these guys.

Your first step is to read and re-read the contract until you get a grasp of it. Your next step is to find an entertainment lawyer, pay them their fee, and have them review the contract with you point-by-point to make sure you absolutely understand what’s going on. This lawyer will likely suggest and notate changes, and you should have some changes of your own. You should also have questions ready (many of which probably begin with the phrase “What if I…” or “Would this contract allow me to…”)

If you’re considering joining a network, you’re taking things seriously. Whatever fee you pay that lawyer will be well worth it.

You don’t need to call the network and ask them questions about their contract. They’re under no obligation to warn you of any caveats, and based on our off-the-record conversations with some of these networks, they may straight up lie to your face about what you’re signing. Remember – your lawyer (who you are paying) is the only person you can really trust.

Incidentally, make sure you outline out exactly what you’re looking for with any prospective lawyer and get a sense of how much it’ll cost. Remember – this is pretty basic contract/entertainment law – this isn’t negotiating out the director fees for The Avengers and you don’t need the world’s top lawyers on the case.

I have heard of people afraid to challenge the contract because they fear the network will pass them up and they’ll lose out on an opportunity. Remember Rule #1 – you have what they need.

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120 responses to “YouTube Networks: 7 Things You Need to Know”

  1. Fuck You says:

    VAGINA

  2. Bloodjack says:

    tl;dr

  3. fantastic advice guys thanks

  4. followthefoot says:

    This is perfect.  I’m just going through this process right now, and you’ve got some good advice.  Thanks freddiew

  5. Games-Panorama says:

    Thanks from Germany! Really great articel! 

  6. Stung65 says:

    Is it really necessary to have a network to work for?  I thought it was Youtube who paid, not the networks…why give them anything if all they do is take your money?

    • IvanROE says:

      You still get paid from ads sold on YouTube but if you sign with a network, the network is the one who negotiates your ad rates and can get you brand deals. Brand deals will bring in more money than you might have been able to bring in on your own. So in the end, yes, you are giving some of it back. However, you’re probably making a lot more than you’d be able to individually 

    • Freddie Wong says:

      It’s not necessary – staying with YouTube adsense is always the alternative to a negotiated agreement. But the idea is (hopefully) they take your money but they’re also making you more money than you could otherwise, as IvanROE says.

      • AAHD says:

        How are you enjoying CDS and are you aware if its suitable for channels under 100k with a baseline contract deal?

  7. Robeomega says:

    Im scared of being in a network now…

  8. this article is to the point, it not only takes a certain amount of creativity and talent to be on youtube these days, it takes an equal amount of business acumen to work your deals with networks. So many new comers forget this is a business these days. if you do not apply the rules of business, you shouldnt be in a network. of course this is just my opinion, i could be wrong…but i’m not 🙂

  9. ReallyRick says:

    I was JUST about to sign on the dotted line with Maker Studios (RPM Networks) and am now reconsidering after reading this!

  10. JuliusMagnus says:

    Nice article.

    I
    thought networks are necessary if you have a gaming channel that relies
    on gameplay footage.

    Since
    Youtube will not put adsence on that type of content (copyrighted) you’d
    need to go through one of the networks who can negotiate around it.

    Isn’t that why there are seperate gaming focussed networks like Machinima, Curse and The Game Station (that last one is actually a subsidiairy of Maker)?

    Seems gaming youtubers are in a more difficult positions since until they get an offer from one of these networks they can’t actually earn anything.

    Also it has been with Machinima that there has been some drama surrounding life-time contracts.

  11. Zack Boone says:

    Thanks, Freddie. Great post!

  12. Shaun says:

    Great article, super informative. I’m surprised you guys aren’t starting your own network, seems like a lot of the big youtubers are headed in that direction. It feels like a gold rush right now. Lots of companies vying for what will potentially become the ABC’s and NBC’s of the internet.

  13. Luke Waggy says:

    cool article. whats up?

  14. Great article and fantastic advice for creators.

  15. LiviTheNerd says:

    You missed out Fullscreen in the list of networks 🙂

  16. LiviTheNerd says:

    Oh no silly me, you didnt…

  17. LiviTheNerd says:

    But you did miss out Channel Flip on the networks list! They are a huge UK network 🙂

  18. Jason Terry says:

    thank you

  19. Jason12583 says:

    This is very helpful. I just signed my contract will CreatorX/Fullscreen. 

  20. Brad Botanel says:

    Does being a youtube partner and signing onto a network run concurrently? If I were to guess, that is how Roosterteeth operates. Whenever they can they embed Blip.tv videos on their website while all the videos are still available on their youtube channel.

  21. Coryewing1 says:

    Great Post! This is what I have been searching for. Fullscreen contacted me about a partnership now I know what to expect. 

  22. Liberty Hour says:

    Not sure if this is the place to ask, but what do you think of this concept trailer:  
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gy7FVXERKFE  They use CGI, lots of guns, etc., and it looks interesting (perhaps some Freddie and Brandon polish on the effects would help). Anyway, if you like the trailer, they need help getting it funded…  
    http://www.indiegogo.com/graystatemovie 
    http://www.facebook.com/graystatemovie www.graystatemovie.com 

    • Taylor Beck says:

      Hi, I checked out the trailer. The effects look really well done and the dark – almost noire – theme really stands out. That was all really fascinating. However, the thing that seemed to stand out as not so attractive to me was the storyline. I felt as if the trailer was jumping around quite, and I ended up slightly confused as result. I’m not sure if this was the intended effect, but that’s what I noticed. All around, it is definitely a solid trailer. 

      • TheEvolutionary says:

        Not trying to sound Pompous oh Taylor Beck, but to me the story basically seems to play out as not following a central character, but following multiple character storylines.   The Mother who denied the system or maybe didn’t even have a choice, being hunted down by the government, it shows that Altair esque character seeming to play some Vital role in a resistence, the Captain(or whatever rank he is) carrying out his orders, but possibly with some regret.  Personally i found the trailer to be very well made, and high quality.  The story seems interesting, as do most of the centralized characters, but i believe a longer more detailed trailer, with Narration and such, would be a strong way to help other people familiarize themselves with characters.  Normally when a movie or any project comes out, people tend to have a few names going into it, otherwise if you go into something like that and your hit with a bunch of new names the audience can get confused as to who is who.

        • Ubiq says:

           This is what I got out of the trailer: there’s chaos.

          I don’t have a clue why, other than some random Berlin-Wall-differentiation of the population, because the trailer was too chaotic itself for me. Oh and something with
          totalitarianism.

          Also a certain woman seems to be the main caracter, although I’m absolutely not sure if it was the same woman in all the instances I thought I saw her come by in the trailer. And is there any relationship with the boy who figured somewhat prominently when he received the delta mark?

          All in all quite confusing, storywise. It prevented me from getting sucked into it. Which I frankly even found a bit annoying.

          Professional effects, though.

    • Freddie Wong says:

      Looks nice, but I’m curious about the actual storyline. Their synopsis on their IndieGogo page is just fleshing out cool dystopian things that are happening, but I want to know more about the story that’s being explored.

      • GrayState says:

        Freddie – I am the writer/director of Gray State, and had you on my list of people to contact about the project (long time fan of your work). What you saw is a concept trailer only, and not representative of the actual storyline, which is well-crafted, layered, and intelligent. If you are interested in further information, contact us at info@graystatemovie.com

  23. Where does Cost Per Click fit in with networks? I don’t have a network and get paid by AdSense for both CPC and CPM.
    Another great artcle – thanks.

  24. This is very helpful. I just signed my contract will CreatorX/Fullscreen.  http://NewsUsaVote.blogspot.com

  25. DIYHacksAndHowTos says:

    Thanks for the advice. I make how-to videos (http://www.youtube.com/user/DIYHacksandHowTos). I was recently contacted by two networks (PBSDigitalStudios and Revision3). Since the kinds of videos that they are interested in are on opposite sides of the spectrum, I am considering making a second channel and joining both. PBS wants to take 30% but leaves me full rights to everything and I can back out at any time. Revision3 hasn’t given my any hard numbers yet but I am talking to them next week. Would you say 30% is reasonable for someone starting out.

  26. Luke D says:

    Great stuff! Thanks for this post.

  27. Harry101UK says:

    Great read, I was recently approached by The Collective too; they’re drafting up a contract as I type. Thank you very much for the advice Freddie! =) 

  28. Shae Rivard says:

    How does Rocket Jump compare to other networks out there?  Do you consider yourselves a network in the same sense as the ones you listed?

  29. Joey Grover says:

    What are the benefits and requirements of joining Rocket Jump?

    •  Uhmm, correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t think Rocket Jump is a network, that’s just the brand name of Freddie and his crew…

      • Friendzonefre-er says:

        I believe it is just a group of YouTubers, Much like RoosterTeeth (but obviously not copying at all) Rooster teeth has multiple people from different YouTube channels (Slow-mo guys, Rage quit, Achievement hunter) but they all fall under the large company “Rooster Teeth” I think Rocket Jump is much like that. 

        • shortbread says:

           Slow-mo guys are not part of RoosterTeeth. Gavin is in both, but that doesn’t mean it belongs to RT. Rage Quit and Achievement Hunter are not separate YouTube channels. They are done in their offices where they all work together.

  30. esscape says:

    Now we are getting down to business – I had the impression that everything that you guys did was just all fun

  31. Luc says:

    Maker Studios links to TGS, by the way!

  32.  Awesome article guys.  I’ve increased my knowledge at least 1000%.  I would add one to the list of Networks: RPM, its a newer network thats a part of maker and is aimed to smaller youtubers.  They claim good things, and I haven’t heard anything terrible about them.  But I could imagine what they’re trying to get away with when they’re dealing with people who think the partnership is basically their only option.  I thought about going with them, but never did.  I think I’m better off without them.  I would however like to join a network that can introduce me to other content creators who want to collaborate.  Thats really the only thing I have a hard time doing on my own.

  33. GusMonkeyTV says:

    This was beyond helpful!  Thank you for taking the time to put this together.  What a great site and content.  I’ve been a YouTube Partner for a couple years.  Last week, I was approached by a subsidiary of a network in the top ten.  Through email they said their standard terms were a 5 year contract at a 60/40 split.  Which is completely insane.  ANyhow, I’m still trying to figure out if I should stick with my YouTube Partnership or see what other networks will offer.  What I really want is the possible promotion machine a network might provide.  Ah, well.. that’s enough rambling.

  34. Much like RoosterTeeth (but obviously not copying at all) Rooster teeth has multiple people from different YouTube channels

    • shortbread says:

      Not similar at all. All the content on RTs channel are made by people in their company in their own offices. When RT hires someone, they then work for their company. These people may have personal YouTube channels, but RT does NOT partner/pay them for anything they do on their personal channels.

      Also, according to socialblade, RoosterTeeth is partnered with Machinima. Doesn’t really make sense to be a network within a network.

  35. sp says:

    does anyone know HOW content creators get paid by the studios (as an employee with a W2, or an independent contractor,etc.?)

  36. Wantanmien aka Maria Wong says:

    Hi Freddie, my name is Maria Wong and I am a small YT Partner from Germany with 23 000 subscribers at the moment. I make cantonese cooking tutorials and though I live here in Germany my audience is mostly in Hongkong, the USA, Canada, Australia, Singapore and Malaysia. I wondered if there are any big food or cooking related networks that work internationally and have similar creators/ artists like me in their portfolio. Any help is greatly appreciated. BTW my channelname is Wantanmien. Maybe you wanna have a look. Thank you so much!

    • Søren Pedersen says:

      Hi Maria Wong.

      Can you contact me via Skype?: SorenP8000

      I would like to know how you made it as a YT-partner. I leve in Denmark and make som youtube-videoes about sports, and I would like to make my own MCN (Youtube Network), but I dont know how, and I would love som help from our neighbours in Germany.

      Thank you in advantage,
      Soren

  37. thearcticpyro says:

    Networks are bad. Look at what happened to RWJ

  38. Nick says:

    Hello  Freddie. Are you part of any networks yourself?

  39. Paul Kay says:

    I allowed myself to use this article for the purpose of my “YouTube Partnership as a means of self-employment” bachelor degree essay 🙂 Im sure people would appreciate the tips.

  40. Steve says:

    Hey freddie

    I really appreciate the time you took to put this together. I have been approached by the collective a few months back but wasn’t sure if i was just being scamed or what. the info you put up made it all so much clearer on how to come to a decision. Anyway, thanks a lot mate. Your the Man!

    • t says:

      Hi, I was also approached by them. I would really appreciate hearing how things worked out?

  41. TheYankeeGI says:

    Was thinking of applying for a network, now I think it’s better for me just to be independent and be in control of all my revenue, Only thing I’d really use the network for is advertising, and if I want I can just promote my videos on Youtube…
    Being a Youtube partner is just fine with me.

    If a network offers me something, then I’ll be interested. But on my terms. Because I really don’t need them…

  42. pemperlem says:

    Can anyone help with making a choice between Fullscreen or Maker or Righster?

    • advisor says:

      maker they have a high revenue so more money and promote so well i am part of them and had 5k video views and then next day 7k then 12k so on and have low requirements to join rpm is part of maker so if i was you choose them

    • Jorgur says:

      I would look at your options for the networks who do not lock you into a contract.

    • Guest says:

      Hello i suggest the RPM network go to http://awe.sm/gEdiL

      to apply

  43. Chiszle says:

    90% payout, no tie-in, no flat cpm, open network support. That’s ‘Age’ network. They run ‘Age-of-Gaming’ right now, but once big enough they will go further with other kinds of channels.

  44. AAHD says:

    I was contacted by Collective Digital Studios to join their network…trying to decide what to do.

  45. Nathanael_rouillard says:

    Base79 is like the biggest one in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

  46. jemile says:

    top article i’ve been looking at this for a while … and i have found this a great help, confidence booster and enjoyable read .. thank you Freddie

  47. Tee Forest says:

    Great article!! Just curious, do you think networks also benefit your exposure? As far as getting viewed by their subscribers? And do networks apply exclusivity?

    • TheDigiZoo says:

      Not at all. I’m a part of fullscreen as a small partner through the creator x program. I have not grown exponentially with them at all, in fact, I’m stagnating a bit more, if you are small, they will do nothing more than profit from you, they wont help whatsoever.

  48. Punica says:

    90% Revenue Share | 10 Months Lock-In Contract | Partnership within 24 Hours!
    http://www.vave.co

  49. xbox360repairdiy says:

    My channel (http://www.youtube.com/xbox360repairdiy) recently joined the Militia Network partner channel and have seen an immediate increase in views/revenues across all my videos, as well as my own personal blog and other related links. It’s a 1 year contract and they pay 70%. Not all of these people are bad but I do agree, read the contract. If it’s wordy, they’re probably trying to hide something.

  50. Tom Konkle says:

    Great article! – Tom

  51. Knovolt says:

    My small channel https://www.youtube.com/user/KnoVolt as you can see is small indeed. But, I heard about Freedom! or as they call it YTGamers offer no lock in contracts and accept channels of all sizes. That no lock in contract is what hooked me in. They offer a 40/60 (60 to you) revenue share. Fantastic community too!

  52. Billy Hanning says:

    You should join with Maker they are awesome! http://awe.sm/p5luy

  53. Matthew Winter says:

    I’d like to know more about the financial side with production studios; which way is the best way to fund our venture when producing online content?

  54. Michael Vera says:

    Freddie will you go on a date with me

  55. Northern Lights says:

    Can any of you guys recommend me if its good idea to join any network, even with no contract lock ?

    I started my channel out of curiosity, but i like it so much now, sadly there is no interaction with people , or barely any.. 🙁 https://www.youtube.com/N0rthernL1ght . I don’t even know in area should i improve, commentating, planning, quality, or something else. How would you got about this ? Is joining the network will help in any way to start interacting with people more ?

    • Joining a network will help if you make great content that the majority of the YouTube community loves to watch. The network will then assist you to promote your awesome work within the network and also elsewhere so that it will go viral even faster. Networks will also give you other opportunities that YouTube will not do as good by itself. But the first rule applies – you have to make great content that the network thinks it’s awesome enough to promote it because after all there is financial interest behind it. Otherwise, like YouTube, networks can’t do much for you. No one can.

      • Northern Lights says:

        I appreciate your answer, thanks a lot. I’m kinda passive, i enjoy uploading episodes, and today i did a special episode which took me around 5-6 hours in total to prepare. I lack quality so i was wondering if a network guys will check and point me in right direction without my request. Thanks you again.

        • They will probably give you some basic ideas just as much as YouTube will. You’ll have to do your own research and studies as well. You can start from here at these links:

          https://creatoracademy.withgoogle.com

          http://www.youtube.com/yt/creators/

          • Northern Lights says:

            Thank you for the Links. I think I have put too much faith in Networks help, I was thinking they got some people working for them who actually promote their channels on popular web sites, etc. So basically if you familiar with all this “tricks” on how to make your channel more proffesional and appealing, there is no point joining Network. I joined Freedom, and its contract lock free, so i guess i’m free to leave after I read a bit more .

          • They can’t do that for everyone as it will be considered spamming. So they will carefully choose videos that has great potential of people liking to watch it. They will also promote channels and videos provided it has great content to begin with.

    • David Sheppard says:

      If you are hoping to join a community that offers feedback and advice on LP-ing then consider joining a facebook group called “The Let’s Play Corner” that joined last summer. People post videos and then everyone who wants to offers feedback and we all answer each others questions on related LP topics. I’ve found it very helpful. Feel free to drop my name. Either was good luck on future videos.

  56. Tom Martin says:

    Great to see that Creators of note such as Freddie here and Hank Green on his channel talking about this issue. Especially for people getting started it can be hard to resist the promises some networks make.

    I have written my own thoughts on this issue that includes a few extra points not covered here – http://www.faqtube.tv/should-i-join-youtube-mcn-multi-channel-network/ hope it helps

  57. Tra says:

    Whats up Freddie and pleople! My name is tra and I also trying to make action videos.
    My channel now have over 1800 subs.
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC9wey_cQpJj2Zq0rnQfAdg/videos

    Of course I have things that needs improvement, but overall with what I have, I think my Videos are pretty decent. What would be a good network for a small time Youtuber like me??

  58. Hey Freddie, my channel is currently talking to CDS. Thanks for the advice, I wonder if you have any more as the internet world has and is always changing. My channel is http://www.youtube.com/furyfingersfilms Curious whether this will find you…

  59. ayo gg says:

    Chicken Pork Adobo: https://www.youtube.com/user/ChickenPorkAdoboTV
    New MCN for Filipinos

  60. BeautyBanterBlog says:

    Ive gotten a few network requests but my most recent seems the most legitimate. All of this is very new to me and I have a lot of research to do but this article was a great start, thanks!

  61. Big Cat Rescue says:

    This article ranked highly, but as you noted, 2 years is forever in Internet time and this article is 3 years old. Is there a consultant specialist industry for those trying to compare YouTube networks? I don’t even know what phrase to search for this.

  62. Mang U Dienz says:

    Hii Freddy, I am a big fan your Youtube channel Rocket Jump!! That’s very awesome channel. This article help me to decision about MCN (Multi Channel Network). Too many MCN and I am confused. But, I want to ask you, Whether to participate MCN or stand alone with Google Adsense ? Thank You. 🙂 Terima Kasih 🙂

  63. Curtis says:

    Hello everyone. My name is Curtis and I am the CEO of the Distance Network. We are a gaming/geeks youtube network currently offering 70% revenue share for anyone who has around 35 views a day. If you are interested. PM me on our channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTaybSbq_yg-nRub8F7ojHw

    • Kent Wreckless Morgan says:

      what revenue would anyone be sharing if they’re only getting 35 views a day? even before the adpocalypse, 35 views a day is a matter of pennies.

  64. Kids World says:

    I am new to this and this is my channel for kids entertainment. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93xx_MyasZA

  65. Banana Cartoon says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwbxv07ns2Q

    funny minions video ever

  66. Oliver Chalk says:

    Hey all. I am the founder of Photon Network (http//:photonnetwork.co) we offer 80 – 85 % revenue shares and are open for discussion 🙂 We are an emerging network however our senior staff have lots of experiencing in YouTube management. I personally devote hours every day to talking with channels no matter the size. We are looking for motivated channels and even staff! Feel free to contact us on our website or at contact@photonnetwork.co

  67. Sam Mollaei says:

    Hi everybody! I’m a YouTube lawyer and I help YouTubers negotiate and deal with Multi-Channel Networks (MCN). If anyone has any questions, please email me sam@mollaeilaw.com

    Read more: http://www.mollaeilaw.com/mcn-contract-lawyer/

  68. H an (Han) says:

    What about pave network?

  69. John Sinclair says:

    Join Militia Network and be partnered under 24 hours!

    http://militianetwork.net/partnership/

  70. anas Ben jari says:

    My experience with this Network, tell me it is the best :
    prestigiadivision.com
    my referraf link :
    https://prestigia.division.yt/apply?referral=53883

  71. mo says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1c-Xas_M2G4 feel free to subscribe i will sub back 😀

  72. Avoid scam networks! says:

    Hi!
    Be aware of scam youtube networks! They don’t pay, they lock you within their network.
    Here is info that might be useful for you – youtube-networks.com

  73. Will Biersack says:

    i got a fucking community strike for no fucking reason because someone dosnt like me all it was is a vlog in the woods and i got striked for bullying when there was no rules broken and because im a small youtuber im basically fucked all my work is for nothing and because i only have 60 subs youtube wont listen to me 😢 is there anyway i can get my appeal noticed by youtube because this is all i want in life and if i get terminated then i will have nothing left what do i do
    i have anxiety and i hate going outside because of the bullying so i sometimes have panic attacks when i go out but because so many people wanted me to do a vlog outside i decided i would do it so i did and i was the only person in the video and i didnt even mention anyone in the video and i was facing my fear on camera because people wanted to see it and this is what i get a fucking strike for harassment and bullying wtf https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbMXDbY01FzAujQ9jRzCOsw

  74. FredRs says:

    also i am about to sign with freedom mcn
    and i don’t think these networks are that bad i mean they help you get views and subs and cpm in exchange for a cut of the profit witch isn’t so bad if you ask me
    that and some are like 90/10 and that’s pretty frikkin good so idk i think more people should sign with a network
    check out my channel also =D

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyE_H8KyTkY0-7Y_jjFXQcQ

  75. tobe says:

    https://youtu.be/421uNY9wmy0 do i have to join MCN to increase my views?

  76. Ariel Fitz-Patrick says:

    Hi! Thanks for this article. It was very helpful. What do you think about BroadBandTV?