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hristomir_93

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Hello,

 

Thank you for reading my post!

 

I'm thinking about an idea, that will help me add some additional income, in order to support my hobbie and independance. I recently got the idea, of doing lessons, on a topic I'm familiar with, against a small charge. As I have already tried doing that on youtube, wondering if adsense could do the job, and got as much as 30000 views on a video, I realised that this would not work for me. So now I would like to continue making those tutorials, but this time against a small charge. Here comes the problem - I simply have no idea how to achieve that. I want to build a website of mine, that I'm working on WordPress, that would include the tutorials, or url's to them.

 

I'm I able to somehow control(weather they have payed the charge, or not) the visitor's access to the videos, in case they are uploaded in youtube, or any ther such website, or do I have to pay a hosting company, to host all of my video files, in order to have that option? 

 

Regards,

 

Chris


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UnloosedCake

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You could post the videos in a fashion that only allows users with direct links to view them (I think?) and sell the links.
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