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Vidyoup to monetise contents for creators

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By Sampson Unamka

Vidyoup, a Nigerian video hosting, sharing, and services platform headquartered in Lagos is set to monetise content for creative creators.

The first African and Nigerian-owned content hub which monetizes for content developers and creators was created by Nkemjika Uzoma Temple and co-founded with Victory Solomon.

Vidyoup focuses on the delivery of different video content by content creators all over the world across a range of devices.   Available content on the platform includes music videos, video clips, short and documentary films, audio recordings, movie trailers, live streams, and video blogs.

The platform boasts of over 500 advertisers every year because of the traction and visits to the site.

Over 10 million people across Nigeria and 30million across Africa are subscribers on the platform. Vidyoup has also been tagged as the fastest growing video sharing platform.

Most content is generated by individuals, but media corporations also publish videos.

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