Net video video girls are making big bucks.
A new video sharing site launched in India last week offers video and photo sharing services for users, and it says the girls are turning into “an entertainment industry”.
The video sharing service, dubbed ‘Netvid’ in the local language, is offering its members the chance to upload videos, photos and even video game clips and music for free.
Its owners are also offering to pay to access their accounts.
Netvid was launched by the video sharing platform ‘Mumbai Vipin’.
They started the service in August last year with about 2,000 members.
The company is looking to expand and are planning to launch more services in the coming months.
Netvideo has over 20 million users, according to a report in The Times of India.
The business model for Netvid is based on “viral content”.
Users upload clips, photos or videos to Netvid’s platform, which takes them into a queue and then sends them to their subscribers, who then upload the content to their own account.
In a way, the members can create content on their own and monetise it, according the report.
This way, Netvid members can monetise their videos, as well as upload their own content.
The service has been a success for Netvideo and its founders, Kunal Kapoor and Kunal Shah, says Amit Khatri, an analyst at KGI Securities.
The team has also worked with some other video sharing platforms, like YouTube and Facebook, Khatrie says.
In the past, Netvideo had to pay for access to its members.
Khatree says Netvideo’s members get access to videos and photos in an app, and can add them to a collection of their own clips and videos, which are shared with their friends.
The videos are then sent to Netvideo members, who can then monetise the clips and upload them to the platform.
Netivide, another online video sharing portal in India, launched in August.
The app allows users to upload and share videos and images from anywhere, and lets them pay to have the videos shared.
Netvide says that it is the most popular platform in the country, attracting over 60,000 new members a month.
Netveillance, another video sharing app, in September said that it had seen more than 20,000 videos and 200,000 photos uploaded daily.
The founders of Netveiling said that the app’s members pay a monthly subscription fee of Rs 50 for each clip, video and image uploaded to their platform.
Kunal, Netveiler’s CEO, says that Netveaming’s members are not paying to use the platform but rather they are getting paid by Netvid, which provides the platform with its access to users.
Khetri says that the videos and clips uploaded on Netveil are uploaded by members using the app.
The users who are paying for Netveying’s access to Netveaters content can monetize them on their account, he says.
The Netveeting app also offers members the ability to monetise content that they upload and upload to their Netveater account.
This can include paid advertising, sponsored content and videos with their personal images, he adds.
Netviations app offers video content in Hindi and English.
Netavi, another app, also offers video sharing.
In November last year, Netvi said that over 3 million videos and over 500,000 clips were uploaded daily on its platform.
Its founders said that they are working with other platforms to make the app better.
Keshav Khetre, Netva’s CEO and co-founder, says Netvia is trying to improve its platform and add more features.
“We are looking at a lot of new features like offline sharing, video sharing and video editing.
We also want to make our app easier for people to use.
For example, we want to provide more control to users about the content they upload.
So we are also working on a lot more features,” he said.
Netva launched the app Netveida in October last year.
The two companies launched a free app for users of other platforms, including YouTube and Flipkart, but it is not clear whether it will also be available in the Indian market.