Content creators can make stable money with the help of good content. Find out 4 apps that enable content creators to earn and manage money.
People will sit up and pay notice if they see good content. According to a research by Kalaari Capital, the worldwide creator economy is worth more than $100 billion, while the Indian creator economy is worth roughly $80 million. The market is heating up, and money may be made.
However, competition is fierce on multiple creative economy platforms such as social media, OTT, and podcasts, and revenue is heavily reliant on social media advertisements, ad shares, collaborations, and brand partnerships.
As a result, it is critical for content providers to sell wisely and manage their earnings.
Here are 4 apps that enable content creators to earn and manage money.
In 2021, software engineer Swapnil Saurav and Ananya Singhal launched Rigi.Club, a platform enabling influencers, creators, and celebrities to manage, expand, and monetise their communities.
This platform allows influencers and creators to host webinars and workshops, develop courses and communities, and make money from them.
The software has over 200,000 users and is accessible on both Android and iOS. The majority of users are between the ages of 18 and 24.
Rigi.Club received $10 million in Series A investment from Accel India, Sequoia Capital India, Stellaris Venture Partners, and others in April 2022 to develop its platform and grow its personnel.
Qoohoo, launched in 2020 by Vimal Singh Rathore and Aseem Gupta, is a platform that provides artists with actionable analytics to help them interact with and monetise their communities. Creators may monetize their content with Qoohoo by hosting live sessions, online events, workshops, courses, and subscriptions. Creators can also entice their audiences with discounts and promotional offers.
Qoohoo enables artists to quickly start their communities through rapid content development and deep involvement. Qoohoo has over 15,000 downloads and is accessible on both Android and iOS.
Cosmofeed, situated in Gurugram, was created in 2021 by business analyst Vivek Yadav and engineer Vishnu Pathak. It gives artists simple tools for producing, growing, monetising, and engaging with communities via chat channels, workshops, events, and courses.
Cosmofeed also supports auto renewal, recurring subscriptions, one-on-one conversations, premium Telegram channels, and pay-to-view restricted content. Creators may collect payments and receive their revenue promptly using the app.
The program also assists creators in workflow and distribution management. It does not charge content producers to use the site and operates on a commission-free basis.
Cosmofeed is available for both Android and iOS and has received over 60,000 downloads from the Google Play Store.
MoneyyApp, developed in 2021 in Bengaluru by Fayyaz Hussain, Aaditya Goyal, and Mohit Goyal, allows creators to track and manage their revenue and profits, spending, due dates, and monthly financial schedule.
The program also assists creators with tax submission, GSTIN/PAN registration, and timely invoice generation, with automatic collection and compliance reminders. For an annual membership fee, it offers an analytics dashboard. It assists producers in obtaining business loan approvals from partner banks via its iOS and Android apps.
MoneyyApp offers an automatic incentive creation mechanism for tracking the actions of the other distribution platforms. MoneyyApp costs the creator for each transaction.