Do you have questions or do you want to know more? Down below we answer the most frequently asked questions. Do you still have questions after reading through these? Don't hesitate to send us your question. You can do this by opening up the chat balloon in the bottom right corner!
The concept for YourVirals is pretty simple. We offer a huge content library full of content. For a small price you can use these videos for your own platforms. Don't worry: we make sure everything is 100% safe for you to use.
Check out which platform(s) you'd like to use our content forand you'll be placed in a tier that's right for your statistics! Smaller accounts pay a fixed price, bigger accounts are able to set up a percentage deal. It is also possible to get a license for just one (or a few) videos.
Sure check out our licensing page for more information about Licensing videos:
Does your channel meet our requirements? It does? Nice! We have two types of costs: We work a monthly fee and with a revenue share model. Depending on the size of your channel we will decide which deal suits you best and what the costs will be
For every platform there are different requirements. There are a few things we need to check before we can offer you anything, so make sure you meet these! If you do not then we'd like to encourage you to build on your platform and to come back when you do meet these requirements.
Other social media channels:
For other social media channels, please get in touch with us so we can find out what we can do for you!
We aim to pay you monthly on the first of the month.
It might seem pretty hard to get a 1000 subscribers or 4000 hours of watch time on your YouTube channel. YourVirals is here to help you with 11 tips on how to raise your subscribers and overall watch time!
Tip 1. Add YouTube subscribe button to your videos
Create or download an animation that tells people to subscribe to your videos. Add it to your video as a watermark. When viewers watch your videos they might click the graphic to subscribe!
Tip 2. Identify which videos attract the most subscribers
If you already have some videos on your channel it wouldn’t hurt you to check out which video attracted the most new subscribers. You can find this data in your YouTube analytics under ‘subscribers by video’.
Tip 3. Place a YouTube subscribe link in your Video descriptions
The description box below your video isn’t only for explaining your video. It is also the best place to put a subscription link! It is super easy to create a subscription link. You just need to copy your channel’s URL and add ?sub_confirmation=1 to the end of the URL.
Tip 4. Post on set times
Another important thing is to post in set times. Research shows that the most subscribers are gained within two time frames. The first time frame is from 11 AM to 1PM and the second one is from 4PM to 6 PM.
Tip 5. Look for keywords that attract your preferred audiences
YouTube keywords are the foundation of every great channel. They’re also the best way to generate traffic to your videos. Adding relevant keywords to your title or video description will help you to grow your channel, and subscribers, super fast!
One of the many amazing things about YouTube is the option to monetize your content. We get that you might wonder how to do this. We’ll give you a helping hand by explaining the process step-by-step.
There is no initial fee to be in the YPP (YouTube Partner Program) but YouTube will take a cut of your earnings.
The main way to make money on YouTube might seem pretty simple: just join the YPP! But, to start making money by adverts you do need to tick all the boxes:
When you meet all you can go and sign up for the YPP. Go to ‘YouTube Studio’ and click monetization in the left navigation bar. If the button down below isn’t blue yet that means you can’t sign up just yet. Then click ‘notify me when I’m eligible’. When you’ve applied, just sit tight. It will take almost 30 days (or even more) to review your channel because it will be reviewed manually by a YouTube employee.
When you’ve been reviewed you can start making money! But try to avoid copyright claims and takedowns.