YouTube Premium is a paid membership that gives you an ad-free, feature-rich (offline viewing) and enhanced experience across many of Google’s video and music services, including YouTube, YouTube Music, YouTube Kids, and YouTube Gaming. It is currently available in select countries.
It costs $14 per month for an individual subscription, or $23 a month for a family plan. It also comes with YouTube Music Premium, an ad-free streaming service that allows for downloads and offline play on mobile devices.
One of the biggest benefits of YouTube Premium is that it gets rid of ads before and during videos, as well as third-party banner ads when you search. Some channels will still have sponsored content, but the majority of videos are ad-free. The price is an excellent value for people who want to avoid ads or who use YouTube Music regularly. Students can get a discount for $7 a month, although they must verify their student status once a year.
It can be hard to justify the cost of a YouTube Premium subscription in the face of other services that offer similar features for a lower price, like Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Apple TV+, Spotify and more. And for content creators who rely on the platform, it can be especially frustrating to see algorithm changes impact their audience. But if you can embrace the rewards and understand the perks of Premium, it may be worth the added investment. Ashley R. Cummings is a freelance writer who covers SaaS, marketing and e-commerce topics. She writes Content Connect, a newsletter that helps freelance writers flex their content and marketing muscles, and co-hosts the podcast Freelance Bitters. اشتراك يوتيوب بريميوم