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Now get 70 percent share of ad revenue of creating videos

Twitter - the microblogging website, have put a step forward in making to grab bigger share of the video market. YouTube and Facebook shares about 50-50 of revenue with the uploader while twitter made a +20% bid. But as far as Twitter's report they will only going to allow US users for this feature.

Users just need to upload video on their Twitter account. YouTube gave 55 percent of revenue and keep the rest while twitter will keep 30 percent and gave 70%. Twitter already introduced this feature for media and entertainment companies but first time to any user.

”Twitter’s high-profile stars have wanted a revenue split for some time and it’s been a point of contention for the company’s stable of ‘Vine stars,’ many of whom have left for places like YouTube where their videos actually make money,” the report added.

Remembering Post: When twitter shut down 1,25,000 accounts that are found threat on the Social Media Platform was an exclusive step in taking down the use of Twitter for sending Hate Speech, etc.

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