Rexcity Networks Celebrates Launch Allowing Users to Monetize a Wide Range of Different Digital Content

Finding an easy to use platform to monetize videos, photos, e-books, and much more just became much more simple. Rexcity is answering the call.

October 10, 2019 /PressReleaseAgency/ —

Content creators have had very real struggles with how to monetize their contents on old school platforms just not set up to optimize their presence properly. Which has equaled frustration and headaches. Fortunately, those days are moving into the past, for those in the know, thanks to the breakthrough launch of the new digital content monetizing platform In exciting news, Rexcity delivers a place for users to upload and monetize their videos, pictures, e-books, seminars, and much more in a way that allows them to make the most from their content in a controlled way. Fees can be set for followers to have access to content (or they can be allowed to follow for free) and users can choose what is “open” to view and what is for followers only. New users couldn’t be more pleased.

“We are looking forward to exceeding even the highest expectations of both users and their followers,” commented a spokesperson from Rexcity Networks. “The time has come for a digital platform that is optimized for monetization that is smooth, transparent, and headache free.”

Users can also set up special events that they then sell e-tickets for which can be a great “up sale” for content creators who’d like to further engage the people who follow their work. With the combination of e-books, videos, events, and even live video broadcasts Rexcity gives creators the opportunity to cover all bases as they market their work in a proven to be effective way. 

Joining Rexcity is quick and simple, with openings available today.

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