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Does Airbit take a percentage of my revenue?

You keep 80% of all earnings made through our YouTube Content ID system.


Content ID is available to Platinum members only. If you have a free account, you can upgrade here.

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  1. Ellis Houslin

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  1. Mentor On Da Beat

    So sad.

  2. Lil Xane OTB

    For everybody under me in this forum post just take off sales via Airbit Marketplace, whenever a beat is sold on the marketplace they take a percentage. If you sell beats via your widget or direct link you get all of the money with no splits (Accept the paypal fee which is unavoidable)

  3. AYo! Cino

    A beat priced for $275 had $110 taken by Airbit, with a additional fee from PayPal. That's ridiculous considering the marketplace is already stifled with competition so a high price target is unrealistic when tryin to account for lost revenue especially as high as 40%. Cmon Airbit.. im pulling all my content down and jumpin over

  4. ZihKing

    You guys are thieves!! I can't believe you took $40 from a $200 sale and I have a Platinum Membership. This bullshit about commission being taken when marketplace is being used is ridiculous! No commission should be taken when you have a platinum membership! The youtube thing I can understand, but not the marketplace commission when I have a platinum membership!!

  5. Gold

    I have to admit it's a bit ridiculous what you guys are doing! Expect producers to join your platform, pay for membership and you are still taking percentage of our sales?! I'm on Beatstars for over 3 years now and not once they did something greedly as what you are doing here. Marketplace is the reason we are paying for our subscriptions and you are giving some wack explanation that we are getting extra exposure and sales there or that our beats can be featured?! 


    If I wanted to have my page only (Infinity or Pro Page) I would bring all the traffic to my web and I wouldn't pay yearly membership while making a promotion to any other selling platform. You really should consider your methods as there is bigger beat selling platform offering better conditions. I gave it a shot on Airbit as a side thing this year, but I'm sure you're gonna lose a lot of producers because of this mindset. 

  6. Sara Laamarti Bousmaha

    Staff –

    In response to Lefty

    We only take a percentage of the sales made on our marketplace. The sales made on your store are not subject to a commission. As for youtube CID, we take a 20% commission on your youtube monetization generated revenue. 

  7. Lefty

    When I first signed up it clearly stated we keep 100% of all sales now that I signed up for the producer, I was limited on what I can do so I upgraded to gold edition now it’s says you guys get 30% of sales when you guys said the ways you make money is by membership fees. So what do you guys do besides letting me upload beats into an unknown website when I can use another platform for free and keep 100% of sales?