For event agencies, marketing/HR and the public sector

Generate revenue with pay-per-view

I already offered pay-per-view as a child

I charged one mark for admission. Back then, as a child. I dragged our Super 8 projector into the cellar and showed the neighborhood kids vacation films that my father had made on a business trip to the USA. The one I remember best was Mickey Mouse at Disneyland. And: I already had a newsstand. I parted with my treets for 1 mark and thus improved my income.
Today, on my platform Video.Taxi, I offer content providers a method of earning money with moving image content, also known as pay-per-view (ppv). Be it via livestream or via a finished video. This creates a new group of publishers. Entertainment and know-how transfers sell best - sport is on the rise. Since the coronavirus crisis, pay-per-view sales of art and culture have been booming on Video.Taxi with concerts and theater performances. The second strong genre is know-how transfers in the form of webinars. Sports content is a new addition.

The world as a market

Worldwide availability means that content can suddenly be sold globally, opening up new revenue opportunities. Events, which usually have a regional or national character, can be marketed internationally. The only limit would be the language, but German is spoken by around 90 to 105 million people worldwide as a native language and another 80 million as a second or foreign language (source: Wikipedia). A huge market.

How does it work?

As a Video.Taxi user, you mark the videos and livestreams that you want to market and link them to a PPV product. In this product, you determine the price and validity of the PPV ticket. Now link the content on your website and share it on social media for increased marketing. Your customers can now pay for a ticket for your livestream or video via the overlay in the player. With PayPal or credit card. After the purchase, they will receive a payment confirmation email with a code. They enter this code in the player and can now watch the content.

The security

Video.cab protects your content against multiple use. The purchaser of a ticket can pass on the code, this cannot be prevented, but only one person can use the code. Distributing the code to third parties is therefore pointless.

Further tips:

If you only want your viewers to register, then set the price to 0 euros.
You can assign multiple contents to a product at any time - even later

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