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How to Start a YouTube Network.

Discussion in 'YouTube Networks, Monetization and Partnerships' started by unknown_userr433436365, May 9, 2013.

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  1. unknown_userr433436365
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    Jaap said 4-5 months to me ;)
     
  2. OwenBennett
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    Ah ok, he said after summer early september to me, but he accepted xpress into it early due to hard work and aspiring motivation :)
     
  3. unknown_user010101
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    Thanks to Shane I have my own CA under his network :) !
    Thank you again,Shane..
     
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    Haha thats a great post Shane! Thanks for giving us all this useful info. I'm sure now the little 12 year olds trying to make AwesomenessTV copies will stop trying.
     
  5. AustinAdvice
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    To clarify Shane's reply. I am assuming he meant for a sub-network or CA. In regards to a proper MCN I would say the investment is closer to $100k-$200k. The main investment is staffing and infrastructure.
     
  6. unknown_userr433436365
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    Nah I`d say 20-50$ :p Some MCNs don`t even have offices or full time staff :p
     
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  7. AustinAdvice
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    That is why I noted a proper MCN meaning a valid company.
     
  8. unknown_userr433436365
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    One of the ones I mean is a company run by three people with masters degrees :p
     
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    MCN's are hard to get. Most people just settle as a VN under an MCN as its easier. However on rare occasions the MCN may introduce a CMS for the VN if performance shown is good or refer them to google. However this only happens if you know someone closely within the MCN because they just want to keep as many good performing VN's as possible to get them partners!

    Hope it helped!

    Owen
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    They stopped accepting around febuary time. Because they had 70 but lowered it to 20, however after summer time their reintroducing it to those who are very experienced & have alot of networking experience. They generally dont need them at the moment. However there enabling a new user group so VN's can get CA's under them. The revshare for partners goes down from 80% to 70% so the CA gets 10%.

    Hope it helped!

    Owen
     
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    And what MCN might that be? Enquiring minds want to know :)
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    Thanks for this thread. This whole network thing has my head spinning lately. I've got recruiters popping up left and right and the lingo is hard for me to parse.
     
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