Twitter is now letting select users put pre-roll adverts on their videos


Twitter has always represented a bit of a raw deal for creators when it comes to monetization. Unlike YouTube, there’s no publicly-accessible revenue sharing program. If you create a piece of content that does well, there’s no way to shove an advert on it and make some money, unless you’re a massive publisher. But slowly, that’s starting to change. Twitter just announced that select US creators of all sizes will be able to insert pre-roll adverts into any video clips they upload. We’re expanding our revenue programs to empower creators to earn money in multiple ways! ? https://t.co/ebnJxNaZqA pic.twitter.com/OGlI9tbeMa — Twitter…

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