KARACHI: Pakistani individuals can now harness the video sharing monster YouTube to profit as the Pakistani version of the site has been officially launched here on Wednesday.
At a press conference held in Karachi, it was learnt that if one is in the YouTube partner program with the goal that individual can adapt recordings on his channel and earn money. So Like Zaid Ali T and Shaam Idrees every other Pakistani can profit online through YouTube. All you need to do is to turn on monetization after logging into your account and connect your Google AdSense account with YouTube.
YouTube launch event was attended by more than 500 individuals, including content writers, marketing executives, advertisers, celebrities and representatives of start-up companies. Stand-up comedian Saad Haroon left the audience giggling with his sarcastic jibes.
Talking on the event, Khurram Khalil Jamali, industry head of Google Asia Pacific, expressed that since the YouTube boycott and opening, use had been developing at a quick pace.
An example is Salman Khan of the Khan Academy; he began transferring video lessons on YouTube. Coke Studio is another extraordinary case. Brands are taking advantage to spread their message. He said including that consistently 400 hours of video were transferred.
YouTube was banned in Pakistan formally for about three-and-a-half years and the boycott was inspired not long ago after a neighborhood variant was taken off assigning the administration the power to evacuate or request removal of offensive material.