Distribution : VOD Revenue Share Programs by John Nelson

John Nelson

VOD Revenue Share Programs

Looking for a VOD revenue share program so we can work with web partners who can market and send customers that actually purchase our feature films. Any out there that match this requirement? Sharing revenue with refering websites and partners can be important for marketing indie films.

Bobby M Peoples

Hello, fellow filmmakers. My name is Bobby Peoples. I am the CEO of CheapflicksTV. CheapflicksTv is a newly released channel available on the Roku device. One of the things that separate CheapflicksTv from other independent film streaming channel is that we will split subscription revenue with the content providers. No more promoting to people to watch your content on a platform to get more money. With our unique revenue sharing model as long as your content is on the platform your content will collect a royalty check. Now filmmakers can do what they do best: and that's to produce more movies and not have to create a marketing campaign to get views. We've been in existence for a little over 6 months. We're are looking for short and feature films to distribute on our platform non-exclusively. We are open to all genres. The average content provider now is making $3 a month. We know it's not a lot, we are working hard to get subscribers as well. However, that's more than what most filmmakers make uploading their 10-minute short film to YOUTUBE. So it basically boils down to the more subscribers the more money each content providers make. We release NEW movies on the first of each month. So if you have a movie you've made years ago and it's just sitting there, let us reintroduce it to some new fans of independent films across the country. www.CheapFlickstv.com ‪#‎cheapflickstv‬ if you're still interested in having your content a part of our non-exclusive platform please use this form to create your account. https://cheapflickstv.com/submission

John Nelson

Well I want to allow actors and other associates to promote our movies and get a percentage of the sale. They have their own followers that can be marketed to, and they will be more likely to do so if they receive a portion of the profits too. This is something I want to do for all our feature films.

Charles G. Masi

JN --- Good point: the more salespeople you have, the more sales you'll have! --- CGM

John Nelson

The Amazon associates program is not in all states, and I am in Missouri, one of those states. This is because of tax laws. I am looking at other options where I can pay a higher sales referral rate than Amzon. I am Considering a 20% referral fee to anyone that send me a customer who buys my movie.

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