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Bloggers Getting Paid for Video

By Greg Published on .

The Wall Street Journal (subscription required) checks in with a survey of ways bloggers can get paid these days, citing ads linked to video among other methods. The story cites Revver.com, which lets bloggers keep 20 percent of advertising revenue generated from plays of videos they have imported to their blogs. Google’s Video Units program, which pairs YouTube videos with ads on bloggers’ sites, gets a shout-out. For the nitty gritty on what some of the highest-profile bloggers and vloggers make, check this WebVideoReport exclusive.
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