Klink Rolls Out Social Media Platform to Help Users Monetize Content

This week, Klink — a social networking platform allowing users to monetize their photo and video content — announced their iOS and Android app to pay the world’s top content creators. Currently available in the iTunes Store and Google Play, Klink “improves upon older photo...

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Klink Launches Social Media Platform That Compensates Users for Creative ContentThis week, Klink — a social networking platform allowing users to monetize their photo and video content — announced their iOS and Android app to pay the world’s top content creators.

Currently available in the iTunes Store and Google Play, Klink “improves upon older photo sharing apps and allows users to monetize their photo and video content.”

So how does it all work?

Through an immersive experience that takes advantage of the phone’s full screen, Klink is winning content creators over with its UI and rewards for creativity and original content.

On Klink, users have the ability to publish full screen photos and videos (up to 20 seconds) from the camera directly or using content in your existing camera roll. Klink then pays users a predetermined $1.00 to $2.00 per 1000 views of their published content, counting only unique views.

“Users can dress up photos and videos with unique filters and content in order to increase their views and dividends,” Klink says. “Additionally, Klink’s video camera introduces the ability to create montages by switching between gallery and live capture footage, as well as post videos in slow motion and in reverse.”

To learn more, check out Klink here.

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