Many content creators are moving to this platform Floatplane(dot)com/ discoverI have been investigating videos, but videos on Youtube make little economic sense. Unless you all are interested in creating videos for free , it costs money to create the videos. And if I put them on Youtube, Google gets to keep something like 95% of the advertising revenue.
If we can find a way to make it work financially, I'm all for it, though!
Creators like Philip DeFranco, a popular YouTube commentator, and Kinda Funny, a collective of gaming personalities and comedians, earn an estimated additional $50,000 a month on Patreon. They also retain 90 percent of that income, with Patreon taking a 10 percent cut. This is more than the 60 / 40 cut creators get on YouTube.