If you’re a YouTube creator at the top of your game, you’re probably raking in a decent amount of cash via ads and other features.
This week, the video streaming giant has unveiled a bunch of new offerings designed to boost your bank balance even more quickly,
YouTube chief product officer Neal Mohan announced the new features this week at the annual VidCon gathering in Anaheim, California, before posting full details in a blog post.
The new stuff includes Super Stickers that let fans drop cash on animated stickers during live-streams and premieres “to show their favorite creators just how much they enjoy their content,” according to Mohan.
Super Stickers launch in the next few months and will be offered in a range of different designs for categories that include gaming, fashion and beauty, sports, music, and food.
The new offering builds upon YouTube’s two-year-old Super Chat feature that lets fans pay to have their comments appear more prominently during live-streams, thereby increasing the chances of a direct response from the creator.