Google unveils MCN directory at VidCon 2015

Multi-Channel Networks provide services to YouTube channels, including help with monetisation, cross-promotion and audience development. The service is normally provided in exchange for a percentage of a YouTube channel’s Adsense revenue.

There’s already a large number of MCN’s available to YouTubers and many video-makers have been unsure on which they should join, if any at all.

YouTube’s new directory is a step forwards in making the process more secure for those looking to partner with a network and grow their channel.

Will you be making the most of these new features? Let us know by tweeting us at @TubeChum.

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