WE HELP EVERYDAY CREATORS, large and small, get a handle on their copyright management. Over *three-billion dollars (yes, $3B) in royalties are wrongfully paid out to content thefts each year. By leveraging our tech/tools, such as Content ID, we put your money back into your pockets for content ripped from your YouTube, Facebook, TikTok, and Instagram.
*$3B source: TubeFilter.com
WORLD CLASS DIGITAL RIGHTS MANAGEMENT introduced by Enfinity, Inc.
Unlock a completely new and original revenue stream and collect passive monthly income.
Add a new layer of cash on top of your monthly ad-revenue and brand sponsor payments with CreatorShield.
We're able to recover money you're losing out on by content thefts re-uploading and collecting payment for. Our goal is to re-claim that. If we do, we get a minor revenue-share percentage of the funds.
Professional copyright protection. Your reputation online is important, and we'll let absolutely nothing get in the way of that.
Get access to a professional next-gen dashboard console built to make payments and reporting a breeze.
Collect a monthly pay check for all of the work we will do on your behalf. We will scour the web for re-posts of your content, roll ads on them, and pay you for it every month!
We don't operate on boring old ticketing software. We'll support you in real-time via Google Hangouts, Phone, or Email.
Earn a percentage of CreatorShield's revenue by referring friends to us who could also earn thousands per month in lost revenue.
Give us legal permission to perform our services by signing our copyright clearance form.
Every 24-hours, we will review your social media pages by hand and apply our magic to all of the content that is most vulnerable to being stolen.
Every 12-hours, our proprietary software will automatically generate a list of videos that contain your content on other channels. We can then claim and roll ads on on this content via Content ID.
We'll automatically pay you every 30-days for all of the ad-revenue we recoup for you, which would otherwise be paid to pesky content thefts. It's that simple.