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Pivotshare is happy to offer the following quick FAQ for your convenience.
Is my content protected from being downloaded?
Absolutely. The Pivotshare platform uses encrypted streaming protocols to ensure that your content stays on the network without being able to be downloaded.
Can I remove my content?
Yes. All content available on your channel is available to be deleted, disabled, or moved. Access to your multimedia is strictly up to the Editor and Contributors.
How much will I get paid?
Each channel earns revenue from either subscribers or advertising. Every Editor and Contributor will be paid a percentage of the channel’s total monthly income. Their share depends on their role in the channel and/or how popular their media was in the given month.
How does revenue sharing work?
Pivotshare takes 30% from a Channel’s revenue, and passes the rest to the Editor and Contributors of that Channel.
What kind of content can I post?
The Pivotshare network encourages channels to stay relevant in their uploaded content as it will only help your channel gain subscribers and in turn get you paid. Basic rules apply, with no copyright infringement, and adult material. Pivotshare retains the right to remove content deemed unsuitable for public viewing and/or that may incur litigation.
Who owns my work?
Authors always maintain ownership rights to their work. Pivotshare only functions as a distribution channel for your media.
How long does it take to setup my first Channel?
Setup is free, quick and easy. You can start a new channel and have your first piece of media online in under 10 minutes.
Is it easy for somebody to become a subscriber to my channel?
Very easy! Potential subscribers are presented with both free and paid content. When a user attempts to view content that is deemed premium, he/she will be prompted with the option to join your community to view the rest of the media and have access to all of your content. The payment and reoccurring billing setup is painless and fast to ensure that your potential subscriber isn’t held up by the process.