A new report by research firm Polygon reveals that while self-managed video creators made a lot of money last year, that revenue hasn’t increased much over last year.
Mobe’s self-manager program is a popular program for creators looking to expand their audience beyond their own channels.
Since Mobe launched in 2011, the program has seen revenue increase from $10 million in 2015 to $50 million in 2016, according to a report from the firm.
The report also found that self-produced videos in the program saw a 4% increase in views from 2016 to 2017.
The report said that the growth in self-made videos was driven largely by a spike in views.
A total of 4.4 million self-generated videos were viewed on Mobe’s website from 2016-2017.
A similar increase in self made videos from 2016 and 2017 was also seen in the Mobe app, according the report.
Mobe also reported that self created videos were the most viewed videos on YouTube in 2018.
According to the report, Mobe was one of the top sources of revenue for the self-mastered channel, with more than $1.7 million in revenue for self-makers last year and more than 2.1 million views on Maser’s self managed video channel.
Maser is one of a handful of self-edited video producers who make money from their videos.
MobiNest is another self-controlled video producer, which is also profitable.
Mobicent has been making a living out of self recorded videos, though its revenue has been lower than Mobe and other self-owned video producers.
The company’s revenue from self-created content has been around $50,000 for the past three years.
MobiNess also has a similar revenue model, with revenue of about $300,000 in the past year, according Polygon.
Mobicent CEO and co-founder Josh Wiens told Polygon that Mobicen was “very excited” about the Maser report and the findings from it.
He said that Mobi was looking forward to seeing Mobicens revenues increase.
Wiens said that self recorded video creators were seeing their growth increase after Mobi began making money from them.
Wiens added that Mobe had been making some of its own money from self produced videos, but not much of it.
Wien added that the Mobicents self-mastery program will allow self-maker creators to monetize their content and help them grow their business.
He also noted that Mobens self-managers program is very valuable for Mobe.
The Mobe self management program is not available for the public, but you can sign up to get a free account for Mobi.
The program requires participants to be at least 18 years old and that they pay $35 per month for access to the program.