Many YouTube creators are turning toward a subscription model for their income. Photo: ShutterstockMany YouTube creators are turning toward a subscription model for their income. Photo: Shutterstock
Many YouTube creators are turning toward a subscription model for their income. Photo: Shutterstock

YouTubers turn to subscriptions and e-commerce as coronavirus pandemic dries up advertising income

  • A growing number of YouTube creators are charging for subscriptions and no longer relying on advertising revenue
  • Others hope to make money from e-commerce, reviewing and selling products on the platform

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Many YouTube creators are turning toward a subscription model for their income. Photo: ShutterstockMany YouTube creators are turning toward a subscription model for their income. Photo: Shutterstock
Many YouTube creators are turning toward a subscription model for their income. Photo: Shutterstock
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