CREATOR CASH LAUNCHES TO PROVIDE EARLY PAYMENTS FOR YOUTUBERS

Starting today, content creators can get immediate access to YouTube earnings while accessing real-time earnings analytics with the release of Creator Cash, the debut product from ChannelMeter as part of the company’s first-ever bank purpose-built for content creators. Creator Cash is available now for download on iOS and Android.

“Our goal with Creator Cash is to help creators stand on their own two feet so they can treat their content and channels as a business,” said Eugene Lee, founder, Creator Cash. “We know the tools and immediate access to earnings offered by Creator Cash can be a game-changer for creators, because we already work with hundreds of thousands as part of our core ChannelMeter business. There are even more creators out there who need help navigating the financial side of their business, and Creator Cash puts the tools for financial success into the hands of all Creators.”

Creator Cash is available to any creator involved in a partnership program on any platform.  Beginning today, YouTubers can use the full suite of tools from Creator Cash, with other platforms such as Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, Patreon and more becoming active over the next days and weeks.

In addition to providing early payment access, Creator Cash gives creators the tools to think about their content and channels in a revenue driven way. This resource is made possible by the deep experience of ChannelMeter, the social video analytics company that has been examining data and providing payments to hundreds of channel managers and hundreds of thousands of creators.

Creator Cash is the first offering in a suite of financial products that will debut this summer, which will allow any creator to unlock services for invoicing, investing, analysis and more as the first-ever bank for creators.

Interested creators can access Creator Cash at http://Creator.Cash or download on iOS and Android.

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