There are two kinds of YouTube users. One who uses AdBlock to watch videos without advertisements and second, who always have to watch 5-10 seconds (or even more) of video advertisements before they can watch the actual one.
This isn’t a new story and no doubt, those ads are annoying (also depends on your mood). But those ads are financial pillars for YouTube.
Every service on the internet can’t be free.
In an attempt to find a peaceful solution with all those YouTube users who are shifting towards other video streaming services like Netflix, etc., Google is planning to start a monthly subscription plan.
Disable YouTube ads permanently
Wanted to disable YouTube ads permanently? Now, here may be a chance coming your way.
Once the service will be available, users can pay for the monthly subscription plan once, and then they don’t have to watch even a single second of advertisement again.
This is good, right? Of course, it depends on how badly you use YouTube and also how badly you hate those ads in between or in starting itself.
More money for Content Creators
Content Creators are our favourite people behind those impressive videos we watch on a day to day.
According to the report, Google has started getting in touch with Content Creators, asking their input over this kind of service. If you’ve a channel over there then you may also receive an email letter from Google soon.
The good news for you here is that, Google is ready to share 55% of income share that is earned through that monthly subscription service.
It isn’t completely official yet as the plan is in discussion mode. But Google wants to convince YouTube’s Content Creators before the user.
What’s for users?
For people like me, this may be a good news. Maybe, because of two facts.
First, the subscription service isn’t official yet so we don’t know anything strong until it gets confirmed.
Second, it will depend on how often you are addicted to YouTube videos. If you have already paid for Netflix or any other similar video streaming services then this news won’t bother you at all. But, if you’re still favouring your beloved and first video streaming platform then this may be a good news.
What’s your take on this move? Will you opt for YouTube monthly subscription service if it comes out officially?