Find out how much money you are making on your Web TV with the click of a button.
The Film Annex Revenue App shows you your revenue stream, including your current balance and revenue history.
How to make revenues with your Web TV:
Film Annex's revenue model' is based on monetizing the video ads that run prior to your content.
Every time your video is viewed, you make 50% of the revenues generated on your page.
Here are a few tips that will help you see increases in your revenue stream:
Upload more videos
Write more blog posts
Connect with viewers and filmmakers on Film Annex's platform
Use social networks like Facebook and Twitter to share your content with your viewers
Tell people about your Web TV and make it the official online portfolio for your films
What is Film Annex?
Film Annex is a free and global online film platform that gives filmmakers the opportunity to monetize their content and share their work with the world. Every registered user is given a Web TV channel that they can curate with their videos or those uploaded by other filmmakers. With 260,000 registered users and over 1.5 million daily visitors, Film Annex provides a platform where people can watch, share, write, read, and create. Film Annex educates and entertains audiences by making meaningful, diverse, and high- quality films available to a global audience. For more information, visit www.filmannex.com.
All revenues are estimates and are subject to revision at the moment of payment. The reporting of these statistics is provided as a courtesy of Film Annex and should not be viewed as proof of expected advertiser payment. Film Annex confirms the amount of revenues to be paid to the copyright holder only after it receives payment from the advertisers. Film Annex reserves the right not to pay in case of fraud or if the advertiser doesn't pay us.
Payments are made upon the copyright holder's request, approximately 75 days after the end of the month. Revenue shall be paid in U.S. funds, and sent to the copyright holder as per agreed in the contract.
Only revenues that add up to at least $200 can be requested by the copyright holder.