Continuous streams for audience and income growth
What is a Looped Stream?
You probably already know
These are continuous streams.
In the Spotlight.
Watch our video where we explain in detail how it works
1How does it work?
You upload the video to your personal Gyre server, create a playlist, and start the broadcast. When the playlist ends, Gyre restarts it from the beginning. This creates an endless stream that will play on the channel and engage the audience until you stop it yourself.
You’ve probably already heard that YouTube prioritizes live streams; they get more ad slots and new traffic. With Gyre, you can do what you love while your content works for you.
3What does YouTube say?
Gyre works within the YouTube Guidelines — this functionality is provided by the platform. You don’t need to log in or give access to your YouTube account. You just upload the video to your Gyre server and stream from there.
Now we’ll brag a little.
● 3.5 billion views
Were generated by Gyre in 2021.
And we noticed some patterns.
|Metric||Regular video||● Live||So what?|
|Period||96 days||16 days||Continuous streams attract traffic many times faster|
|Views||201.6К||217.9К||Streams gain views faster than regular videos|
|Watch time (hours)||12.2К||26.1К||Viewers spend a lot of time watching streams|
|Profit||$35.76||$125.48||Streams are more profitable|
|RPM||$0.81||$1.33||The cost of advertising on streams is often higher|
|Followers||+207||+542||Streams bring new subscribers to the channel!|
Are you ready to try?
You can start with a free trial.
Or run 8 simultaneous streams with the Pro Package.